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Ashton Byrom Morrison - bibliography

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American pathologist, born 1922.


  • Ashton B. Morrison:
    Insulin and thiocyanate spaces of rat in starvation and undernutrition.
    American Journal of Physiology, Bethesda, 1961, 201: 329-333.
  • Ashton B. Morrison, Kenneth D. Gardner:
    Detection of Serum Proteins within the Renal Collecting Tubule Cells of the Potassiurn-deficient Rat.
    Nature, April 1, 1960, 190; 96-97.
  • Ashton B. Morrison, Kenneth D. Gardner:
    The effect of potassium deficiency on the reabsorption of protein in the renal tubule of the rat.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1963, 118: 479-487.
  • Ashton B. Morrison, Bernard J. Panner and Gabriel Gasic:
    Lysosomes in the Renal Papillae of Rats: Formation Induced by Potassium-Deficient Diet. Science, November 22, 1963, 142 (3595): 1066-1067.
  • Ashton B. Morrison and Bernard J. Panner
    Lysosome Induction in Experimental Potassium Deficiency.
    The American Journal of Pathology, Philadelphia, August 1964, 45 (2): 295–311.
  • Tetsuo Shimamura and Ashton B. Morrison:
    Vascular Permeability of the Renal Medullary Vessels in the Mouse and Rat.
    The American Journal of Pathology, Philadelphia, May 1973, 71 (2): 155-166.
  • Stephen M. Shea, Ashton B. Morrison
    A Stereological Study of the Glomerular Filter in the Rat. Morphometry of the Slit Diaphragm and Basement Membrane.
    The Journal of Cell Biology, November 1975, 67 (2, part 1): 436-443.
  • Tetsuo Shimamura and Ashton B. Morrison:
    A progressive glomerulosclerosis occurring in partial five sixths nephrectomized rats.
    The American Journal of Pathology, Philadelphia, 1975, 79: 95-101.
  • Ashton B. Morrison:
    Robbins Pathologic Basis of Disease.
    JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1999, 282: 1776-1777.

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