Zymograms in Human Pathology


ENZYME histochemistry is sometimes a valuable aid in differentiating tumours in human pathology1 and in studying several other pathological processes2.

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OORT, J., WILLIGHAGEN, R. Zymograms in Human Pathology. Nature 190, 642–644 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/190642a0

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