George B. Wislocki

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Comparative anatomy
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"George Bernays Wislocki"
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(1892 - 1956)
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Chair of Anatomy, Harvard, 1931-1943

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BURGOS MH, WISLOCKI GB. (1958) The cyclical changes in the mucosa of the guinea pig's uterus, cervix and vagina and in the sexual skin, investigated by the electron microscope. Endocrinology. 63: 106-21
WISLOCKI GB, ROTH WD. (1958) Selective staining of the human subcommissural organ. The Anatomical Record. 130: 125-33
DAVIES J, DEMPSEY EW, WISLOCKI GB. (1957) Histochemical observations on the fetal ovary and testis of the horse. The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry : Official Journal of the Histochemistry Society. 5: 584-90
WISLOCKI GB, WEISS LP, BURGOS MH, et al. (1957) The cytology, histochemistry and electron microscopy of the granular cells of the metrial gland of the gravid rat. Journal of Anatomy. 91: 130-40
DEMPSEY EW, WISLOCKI GB. (1956) Electron microscopic observations on the placenta of the cat. The Journal of Biophysical and Biochemical Cytology. 2: 743-54
WEISS LP, WISLOCKI GB. (1956) Seasonal variations in hematopoiesis in the dermal bones of the nine-banded armadillo. The Anatomical Record. 126: 143-63
LEDUC EH, MITCHELL AJ, WISLOCKI GB. (1956) On the ending of Reissner's fiber in the filum terminale of the spinal cord. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 104: 493-517
BURGOS MH, WISLOCKI GB. (1956) The cyclical changes in the guinea pig's uterus, cervix, vagina and sexual skin, investigated by histological and histochemical means. Endocrinology. 59: 93-118
DEMPSEY EW, WISLOCKI GB. (1955) The use of silver nitrate as a vital stain, and its distribution in several mammalian tissues as studied with the electron microscope. The Journal of Biophysical and Biochemical Cytology. 1: 111-8
DEMPSEY EW, WISLOCKI GB, AMOROSO EC. (1955) Electron microscopy of the pig's placenta, with especial reference to the cell membranes of the endometrium and chorion. The American Journal of Anatomy. 96: 65-101
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