Schuffner

Schüff·ner

(shēf'nĕr),
Wilhelm, German pathologist in Sumatra, 1867-1949. See: Schüffner granules, Schüffner dots.
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The results are in agreement with Aitken et al (15) and Schuffner et al (16) who reported a loss of motility and increased occurrence of apoptosis following incubation of semen at 37[degree]C.
Eike Batista's group's remaining assets comprised iron mines in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul and Minas Gerais--and another 599 plots with research authorizations and mining concessions in addition to assets held in Chile (Durao, 2008; Jorge, 2008; Schuffner, 2008).
A number of different stains can be used, but it is important to remember that not all stains allow detection of some of the characteristic features of malaria (eg, Schuffner dots).