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Literary usage of Intravitally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1920)
"... using benzidine dyes to stain these cells intravitally and then producing tubercles by injecting tubercle bacilli directly into the portal system. ..."
2. An Introduction to the History of Medicine: With Medical Chronology by Fielding Hudson Garrison (1921)
"... changes in the gastric glands during secretion were studied by Heidenhain (1878), and intravitally by JN Langley (1880). The stages of conversion of ..."
3. A Text-book of Physiological Chemistry by Olof Hammarsten, Sven Gustaf Hedin (1914)
"The processes in the liver in phosphorus poisoning and in acute yellow atrophy of the liver are considered as an intravitally increased autolysis. ..."
4. A Textbook of General Embryology by William Erskine Kellicott (1913)
"The cells ruled obliquely were part of an eight-cell stage, stained intravitally with neutral red. The remaining cells were part of a normal thirty-two-cell ..."
5. The Internal Secretory Organs: Their Physiology and Pathology by Artur Biedl (1913)
"But even where these requirements are fulfilled, there must be definite proof that the active substance is formed intravitally, and that it does pass into ..."
6. Embryogeny: An Account of the Laws Govering the Development of the Animal by Hans Przibram (1908)
"... were coloured intravitally with neutral red, which does not injure the larvae [IX, 12]. These and other fragments, either uncoloured or coloured with ..."
7. Physiological Histology: Methods and Theory by Gustav Mann (1902)
"It stains nerves intravitally', and has been used extensively by Michaelis for staining living gland-cells *. 14. ..."