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Selected Publications

Special Techniques Group

  1. Crawford, L. W., Foley, J. F., and Elmore, S. A. (2010). Histology atlas of the developing mouse hepatobiliary system with emphasis on embryonic days 9.5-18.5. Toxicol Pathol 38, 872-906. [Abstract]
  2. Petiet, A. E., Kaufman, M. H., Goddeeris, M. M., Brandenburg, J., Elmore, S. A., and Johnson, G. A. (2008). High-resolution magnetic resonance histology of the embryonic and neonatal mouse: a 4D atlas and morphologic database. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 105, 12331-6. [Abstract]
  3. Savolainen, S. M., Foley, J. F., and Elmore, S. A. (2009). Histology atlas of the developing mouse heart with emphasis on E11.5 to E18.5. Toxicol Pathol 37, 395-414. [Abstract]
  4. Swartley, O. M., Foley, J. F., Livingston, D. P., 3rd, Cullen, J. M., and Elmore, S. A. (2016). Histology Atlas of the Developing Mouse Hepatobiliary Hemolymphatic Vascular System with Emphasis on Embryonic Days 11.5-18.5 and Early Postnatal Development. Toxicol Pathol 44, 705-25. [Abstract]
  5. Pathology of the Developing Mouse, A Systematic Approach. Brad Bolon, ed. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FLA. 2015. [Abstract]
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