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ABSTRACT: A method is introduced for combined demonstration of an intracellular fluorescent dye (Lucifer Yellow-CH) and of formaldehyde-induced catecholamine fluorescence using as a model individual postganglionic neurons projecting to small intensely fluorescent cells in the guinea pig superior cervical ganglion. The application of this method to the peripheral and central nervous system offers the opportunity of studying potential sites of communication between monoamine containing cells and selected neurons prior to detailed ultrastructural studies.
Acta histochemica. Supplementband 02/1985; 31:221-4.