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anatomist who specializes in the microscopic study of animal tissues

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In this sense, we propose the use of stereological methods, instead of the visual impression of the histologist. It was hypothesized that there is agreement between color segmentation and stereology to determine the amount of collagen.
Finally, all Serbian histologists active today, are disciples of professor Kostic, as they all have studied histology from the last edition of his great textbook of histology in 1980s.
The number of immunolabeled cells located in a restricted field of view was calculated in the hepatic parenchyma surrounding central veins and centrilobular regions using an image analyzer by a histologist blinded to the treatment groups [22], denoted as cells/1,000 hepatocytes.
The hepatic sections were examined by a single histologist who was blind to the study groups and scoring was performed.
Histological analysis was performed by an independent histologist using a blind method.
Crypt necrotic scores were determined by light microscopy (Olympus CX31) in H&E-stained slides at both low and high magnification by an experienced histologist who was blinded to the experimental treatments.
Friedrich Gustav Jacob Henle (1809-1885), the author of "On miasmata and contagia," "Handbook of General Anatomy,", "Handbook of Rational Pathology," and more, who 16 eponyms are called after him, made him a world-wide known and outstanding anatomist, histologist, teacher and researcher.
It was the first book of its kind to be published in the English language, and featured the collaboration of established members of the medical profession with an academic post, including the physiologist Michael Foster, the histologist Emanuel Klein, and the pharmacologist Lauder Brunton.
According to Anusuya Chinsamy of the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cape Town, South Africa, the bone histologist on the team, "Just like modern hens, female Confuciusornis birds that lived 125 million years ago deposited this special bone inside their long bones, and then used it to make the calcium-rich eggshells."
All brain tissue slides were examined with a light microscope (Olympus BX-51; Olympus Optical Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan) at high magnification by a histologist blinded to the animal groups.
Following the move to Dijon, many of Noirot's morphological studies of the gut and tegumental glands were in collaboration with his wife, the histologist Cecile Noirot-Timothee (e.g., Noirot-Timothee and Noirot, 1965).