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Holger Ursin, Hege R Eriksen
The cognitive activation theory of stress (CATS) is based on a long series of experiments on animals and on humans, in the laboratory, and in real life situations. From the common sense coping concept formulated by Seymour Levine; coping is when my "tommy" does not hurt, we have advanced to a systematic theory for what is behind the relaxed and happy coping rat (and cat). We also cover the translational leap to humans, starting with the now classic parachutist study. The bridge is based on formal and symbolic definitions, a theoretical short cut that Levine actually never really accepted...
May 2010: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/1297070/a-three-dimensional-observation-of-acid-phosphatase-positive-structures-in-rat-testis-by-high-voltage-electron-microscopy
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G Ning, M Sakai, K Ogawa
Using a fixative of low concentrated glutaraldehyde in PIPES, we examined three-dimensional structures of acid phosphatase (ACPase) activity in the cells of testes of normal adult and 30 min heat-treated rats by high voltage electron microscopy. There were less ACPase-positive structures in germ cells, but more in Sertoli cells, particularly in residual bodies, and also in macrophages lying between seminiferous tubules. Reaction products of ACPase were distributed in the trans-most cisternae of Golgi apparatus, many spherical lysosomes, and acrosomes...
December 1992: Okajimas Folia Anatomica Japonica
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