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Many autofluorescent cells, rich in yellow pigment are described in the rabbit's sacculus rotundus. This pigment stained positively with Sudan black, PAS and Masson-Hamperl techniques. The cells correspond to those described in rat and in mice lymphatic organs. The possible origin of the pigment is discussed.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Bull Assoc Anat (Nancy)

Publication Date

09/1978

Volume

62

Pages

275 - 282

Keywords

Animals, Microscopy, Fluorescence, Rabbits, Thymus Gland