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How rational histochemistry produced order out of chaos in the "amorphous ground substance" (with a little help from biochemistry, biophysics etc.)



How rational histochemistry produced order out of chaos in the "amorphous ground substance" (with a little help from biochemistry, biophysics etc.)



European Journal of Histochemistry 42 Spec No: 29-34



From an amorphous ground substance containing polymers of unknown composition arranged in no particular pattern we have in about 50 years arrived at a proposal where the very shape of the tissue and hence of the organism is determined by newly discovered structures, the shape modules, in the ground substance, which were demonstrated by histochemical techniques interpreted on rational biophysical and chemical principles.

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