Date of Award

Spring 1991

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Life & Environmental Sciences

First Advisor

John Addis

Second Advisor

John Christenson

Third Advisor

Philip Wittman

Abstract

Tissue sections of chick embryos were immunohisto- chemically stained for the presence of A-CAM, a cell surface protein associated with epithelial tissues. This was to determine an effective method of immunohistochemical staining for A-CAM and to study the distribution of A-CAM in the embryonic chick. A method of immunohistochemical staining was developed.

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