A comparative study of the effects of glutaraldehyde and formocresol on the skin of young, adult and aged rats: a dissertation [sic] submitted in partial fulfillment ... pedodontics ...
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Materials and Methods
Quantitative Differences in Histology of Skin among Young
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adult rat Figure affected area aged rats aldehyde application of 19 application of formocresol area of skin average thickness biochemical Buckley's formocresol collagenous fibers collagenous fibers appear comparative effects concentration Buckley's formula concentration of formocresol concentrations of glutaraldehyde connective tissue cresol cross-linking de-epithelized area degranulated dermis was increased different concentrations effects of different effects of formocresol effects of glutaraldehyde epidermal cells epidermis of skin epithelial cells epithelium Ethanol-absolute exposed dermis fibroblasts fixation formaldehyde FORMOCRESOL AND GLUTARALDEHYDE formocresol at one-fifth formocresol Buckley's full concentration Buckley's glutaraldehyde and formocresol glutaraldehyde application glutaraldehyde solutions hematoxylin histologic effects Histological appearance inflammatory cells inflammatory reaction layer of dermis Magnification Morawa nuclei one-fifth concentration one-fifth dilution one-fifth formocresol papillary and reticular papillary layer PMNs proteins pulp tissue pulpotomy Ranly region reticular layer skin after application stained Straffon stratum corneum thickened epidermis Thickness in urn thickness of dermis thickness of epidermis three month-old rat urn S.D. Xylene