The paper is concerned with the action of the osmium techniques for the ‘Golgi apparatus’ on the intestinal epithelial cell of the mouse. It is shown that, when the fixative has acted, there are many separate lipide spheres in the ‘Golgi’ region. During postosmication the spaces between these spheres are filled up with a black precipitate. This black precipitate does not represent the distribution of lipide material.
JOURNAL ARTICLE| 01 September 1954
A Study of the Osmium Techniques for the ‘Golgi Apparatus’
JOHN R. BAKER
Cytological Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University Museum, Oxford
Online Issn: 1477-9137
Print Issn: 0021-9533
Copyright © 1954 by the Company of Biologists Ltd.
J Cell Sci (1954) s3-95 (31): 383–388.
- Views Icon Views
- Share Icon Share
- Search Site
JOHN R. BAKER; A Study of the Osmium Techniques for the ‘Golgi Apparatus’. J Cell Sci 1 September 1954; s3-95 (31): 383–388. doi: https://doi.org/10.1242/jcs.s3-95.31.383
Download citation file: