Modern Methods in Analytical Morphology

  • Jiang Gu
  • Gerhard W. Hacker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Lars Grimelius, Huici Su, Gerhard W. Hacker
    Pages 1-8
  3. Gerhard W. Hacker, Cornelia Hauser-Kronberger, Anton-Helmut Graf, Gorm Danscher, Jiang Gu, Lars Grimelius
    Pages 19-35
  4. Cornelia Hauser-Kronberger, Gerhard W. Hacker
    Pages 37-50
  5. Gian-Luca Ferri, Rosa Maria Gaudio
    Pages 51-66
  6. Jiang Gu
    Pages 67-80
  7. Gerhard W. Hacker, Anton-Helmut Graf, Otto Dietze
    Pages 81-112
  8. Siew-Khin Tang, Anthony S.-Y. Leong
    Pages 121-155
  9. Wolfgang Kraaz, Lena Scheibenpflug
    Pages 157-161
  10. Wolfgang Kummer, Cornelia Hauser-Kronberger, Wolfgang H. Muss
    Pages 187-201
  11. Giorgio Terenghi, Julia M. Polak
    Pages 271-282
  12. Erich Arrer, Gerhard W. Hacker, Angelika Schiechl, Jiang Gu
    Pages 283-295
  13. Ingeborg Zehbe, Jan Sällström, Erik Wilander, Gerhard W. Hacker, Eva Rylander, Anders Strand et al.
    Pages 297-306
  14. Wolfgang Kummer, Axel Fischer, Sebastian Bachmann
    Pages 341-360
  15. Doris Mack, Gerhard W. Hacker
    Pages 381-393
  16. Gerhard Nohämmer, Peter M. Eckl, Frank Girardi, Verena Hermes, Aldo Paolicchi, Hellmuth Pickel et al.
    Pages 395-417
  17. Gustav Bernroider
    Pages 419-435
  18. Back Matter
    Pages 437-445

About this book


While advances in modem medicine largely parallel our understanding of morphology, discoveries in morphology are propelled by developments of new tools and means to visualize and measure tissue elements. The invention of dissecting, light, fluorescence and electron microscopes together with advances in labeling and staining techniques are among the stepping stones of morphological progress. Today, we are in an exciting new era when classical morphology is being combined with developments from other disciplines. The combination of morphology and immunology resulted in immunocytochemistry; morphology and molecular biology led to in situ hybridization and in situ PCR. Adding computer science to morphology gave birth to image analysis. Combining laser technology and the microsope evolved into confocal microscope. For more than a decade, modem morphology has continued to develop by merging with other disciplines at a rate that is still gathering momentum, providing exciting and dynamic new frontiers for other biological fields. "Modem Methods in Analytical Morphology," based largely on the "First International Workshop on Modem Methods in Analytical Histochemistry, "is an updated review of the current trends in the field. It covers an extensive array of new technical developments in major disciplines of modem morphology. The authors are not only leaders in their fields but also have extensive "hands on" experience with "bench work. " Their chapters are written in a comprehensive manner including discussion of both theoretical considerations and practical applications to give the readers a broad view of the topics covered.


biology chemistry classification development immunology morphology tissue

Editors and affiliations

  • Jiang Gu
    • 1
  • Gerhard W. Hacker
    • 2
  1. 1.Deborah Research InstituteBrowns MillsUSA
  2. 2.Institute of Pathological AnatomySalzburgAustria

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-6079-7
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-2532-5
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