Cytochemistry of blood cells in two West African amphibians.

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Abstract

Lipid, glycogen, peroxidase, acid and alkaline phosphatases were studied in the cells of blood smears in the toad and frog. While lipid and glycogen were largely confined to granulocytes and monocytes, peroxidase activity was intense in all cell types except lymphocytes in both species.

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0017803186
  • ISSN: 0021-8782
  • PMID: 304853
  • SGR: 0017803186
  • PUI: 8271825

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  • a E Caxton-Martins

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