HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY

Cellular and Molecular Biology

Volume 17, number 4, 2002

1
Clinicopathological study of involvement of granulocyte colony stimulating factor and granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor in non-lymphohematopoietic malignant tumors accompanied by leukocytosis
K. Kojima, F. Nakashima, A. Boku, Y. Muroishi, I. Nakanishi and Y. Oda
pp 1005-1016
2
Lectin-histochemical and -cytochemical study of periodic acid Schiff-Positive lysosome granules as a histological feature of the female mouse kidney
A. Yabuki, S. Suzuki, M. Matsumoto and H. Nishinakagawa
pp 1017-1024
3
Influence of metal ion solutions on rabbit osteoclast activities in vitro
A.V. Rousselle, D. Heymann, V. Demais, C. Charrier, N. Passuti and M.F. Baslé
pp 1025-1032
4
Morphological changes in the rat exocrine pancreas after pancreatic duct ligation
N. Hamamoto, N. Ashizawa, M. Niigaki, T. Kaji, T. Katsube, H. Endoh, M. Watanabe, S. Sumi and Y. Kinoshita
pp 1033-1041
5
An electron microscopic study of neuronal degeneration and glial cell reaction in the retina of glaucomatous rats
X. Wang, S.S.-W. Tay and Y.-K. Ng
pp 1043-1052
6
Enhanced accumulation of the isoprostane, 8-epi-PGF2α, in human aortic and pulmonary valves of patients with coronary heart disease
M.R. Mehrabi, N. Serbecic, C. Ekmekcioglu, F. Tamaddon, T. Wild, K. Plesch, H. Sinzinger and H.D. Glogar
pp 1053-1059
7
Effects of phthalate esters on actin cytoskeleton of Py1a rat osteoblasts
L. Marchetti, M.G. Sabbieti, M. Menghi, S. Materazzi, M.M. Hurley and G. Menghi
pp 1061-1066
8
Microscopic changes induced by the intratracheal inoculation of amniotic fluid and meconium in the lung of neonatal rats
J. Martínez-Burnes, A. López, G.M. Wright, W.P. Ireland, D.W. Wadowska and G.V. Dobbin
pp 1067-1076
9
Immunohistochemical evidence of lactoferrin in hepatic biopsies of patients with viral or cryptogenetic chronic liver disease
G. Tuccari, D. Villari, G. Giuffrè, A. Simone, G. Squadrito, G. Raimondo and G. Barresi
pp 1077-1083
10
Protective role of the complement regulatory protein human CD-55 in cardiac xenograft: a descriptive study and a revision of the literature
F. Cappello, M. Bellafiore, A. Palma, V. Marcianò, L. Licata, G. Cannino, C. Gentile, G. Zummo, F. Farina and F. Bucchieri
pp 1085-1094
11
Aspergillus fumigatus causes in vitro electrophysiological and morphological modifications in human nasal epithelial cells
F. Botterel, C. Cordonnier, V. Barbier, L. Wingerstmann, M. Liance, A. Coste, E. Escudier and S. Bretagne
pp 1095-1101
12
Bone remodelling and tumour grade modifications induced by interactions between bone and swarm rat chrondosarcoma
E. Grimaud, C. Damiens, A.V. Rousselle, N. Passuti, D. Heymann and F. Gouin
pp 1103-1111
13
Androgen receptor mRNA under-expression in poorly differentiated human hepatocellular carcinoma
D. Tavian, G. de Petro, A. Pitozzi, N. Portolani, S.M. Giulini and S. Barlati
pp 1113-1119
14
Modulation of pulmonary neuroendocrine cells in idiopathic interstitial pneumonia
T. Ito, T. Ogura, N. Ogawa, N. Udaka, H. Hayashi, Y. Inayama, T. Yazawa and H. Kitamura
pp 1121-1127
15
Effect of low or high dietary calcium on the morphology of the rat femur
H. Chen, D. Hayakawa, S. Emura, Y. Ozawa, T. Okumura and S. Shoumura
pp 1129-1135


Reviews

16
Molecular mechanisms in the pathogenesis of traumatic brain injury
S.K. Ray, C.E. Dixon and N.L. Banik
pp 1137-1152
17
The possible role of the gut neuroendocrine system in diabetes gastroenteropathy
M. El-Salhy
pp 1153-1161
18
Focal adhesion kinase: Protein interactions and cellular functions
S. Abbi and J.L. Guan
pp 1163-1171
19
Mortalin: a potential candidate for biotechnology and biomedicine
R. Wadhwa, K. Taira and S.C. Kaul
pp 1173-1177
20
Desmosomes and disease: an update
M. Chidgey
pp 1179-1192
21
The controversial nuclear matrix: a balanced point of view
A.M. Martelli, E. Falcieri, M. Zweyer, R. Bortul, G. Tabellini, A. Cappellini, L. Cocco and L. Manzoli
pp 1193-1205
22
Tumour morphology - interplay between chromosome aberrations and founder cell differentiation
D. Gisselsson
pp 1207-1212
23
CD26: An expanding role in immune regulation and cancer
N.H. Dang and C. Morimoto
pp 1213-1226
24
Control of the cell cycle by neurotrophins: lessons from the p75 neurotrophin receptor
N. López-Sánchez and J.M. Frade
pp 1227-1237
25
Glucose transport and metabolism in chondrocytes: a key to understanding chondrogenesis, skeletal development and cartilage degradation in osteoarthritis
A. Mobasheri, S.J. Vannucci, C.A. Bondy, S.D. Carter, J.F. Innes, M.F. Arteaga, E. Trujillo, I. Ferraz, M. Shakibaei and P. Martín-Vasallo
pp 1239-1267
26
The role of CD44 in the development and prognosis of the head and neck squamous cell carcinomas
D. Assimakopoulos, E. Kolettas, G. Patrikakos and A. Evangelou
pp 1269-1281
27
On the mechanism of homocysteine pathophysiology and pathogenesis: an unifying hypothesis
B.T. Zhu
pp 1283-1291
28
Animal in vivo models of EBV-associated lymphoproliferative diseases: Special references to rabbit models
K. Hayashi, N. Teramoto and T. Akagi
pp 1293-1310
29
Protein kinase C isoforms and lipid second messengers: a critical nuclear partnership?
L.M. Neri, P. Borgatti, S. Capitani and A.M. Martelli
pp 1311-1316
30
Regulation of smooth muscle cell accumulation in diabetes-accelerated atherosclerosis
B. Askari, C.B. Renard and K.E. Bornfeldt
pp 1317-1328
31
Review of collecting duct carcinoma with focus on clinical and pathobiological aspects
N. Kuroda, M. Toi, M. Hiroi and H. Enzan
pp 1329-1334