Author: Jeffery Diaz

The use of design-based stereology to evaluate volumes and numbers in the liver: a review with practical guidelines.

The use of design-based stereology to evaluate volumes and numbers in the liver: a review with practical guidelines.

Stereology gives a quantity of instruments for the evaluation of sections in microscopy (which often present solely two-dimensional info) for the function of estimating geometric portions, corresponding to quantity, floor…

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Combining diffusion magnetic resonance tractography with stereology highlights increased cross-cortical integration in primates.

Computer-assisted stereology and automated image analysis for quantification of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes in colon cancer.

BACKGROUNDPrecise prognostic and predictive variables permitting improved post-operative therapy stratification are lacking in sufferers handled for stage II colon most cancers (CC). Investigation of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) could also…

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Combining diffusion magnetic resonance tractography with stereology highlights increased cross-cortical integration in primates.

Combining diffusion magnetic resonance tractography with stereology highlights increased cross-cortical integration in primates.

The isocortex of primates is disproportionately expanded relative to many different mammals, but little is thought about what the growth of the isocortex entails for variations in mobile composition and…

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