10.1051/jphyscol:19842110

ENERGY DISPERSIVE X-RAY MICROANALYSIS OF PLATELETS AND MEGAKARYOCYTES OF SEVERAL MAMMALS USING AIR-DRIED SPREADS AND FRESH FROZEN DRIED SECTIONS

Abstract

La microanalyse X semiquantitative de frottis de plaquettes sanguines [obtenues à partir de sang frais séché à l'air libre] et de mégacaryocytes [dans des coupes ultraminces de moelle osseuse de rat et de rate de singe] montre que les corps denses des plaquettes sanguines proviennent de ceux des mégacaryocytes et montre aussi que leur teneur en Ca et Mg est fonction de celle trouvée dans les mégacaryocytes.Semiquantitative energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis of blood platelets on fresh air-dried blood smears and megakaryocytes on fresh frozen dried ultrathin sections of rat bone marrow and monkey spleen indicates that the dense bodies of blood platelets are derived from the dense granules of megakaryocytes and that their calcium and magnesium content is determined when they are produced in the megakaryocytes

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