Milton B. Engel, DDS

1952-2005 University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, IL, United States 
"Milton Engel"
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Engel MB, Catchpole HR. (2005) A microprobe analysis of inorganic elements in Halobacterium salinarum. Cell Biology International. 29: 616-22
Catchpole HR, Engel MB, Jordan SL. (2003) A microprobe study of element distribution in vaginal epithelial cells of the rat. Cell Biology International. 27: 355-9
Catchpole HR, Engel MB. (1996) Microprobe analysis of element distribution in rabbit and dog erythrocytes as examples of "high" and "low" potassium cells. Scanning Microscopy. 10: 745-51; discussion 7
Engel MB, Rosenberg HM, Jordan SL, et al. (1994) Radiological evaluation of bone status in the jaw and in the vertebral column in a group of women. Gerodontology. 11: 86-92
Catchpole HR, Engel MB. (1993) Letter to the editor by M.B. Engel and H.R. Catchpole relating to: "Can we see living structures in the cell" [by G.N. Ling, Scanning Microscopy Vol. 6, p. 405-450 (1992)] and reply by G.N. Ling. Scanning Microscopy. 7: 447-8
Mishima H, Kunuki Y, Sakae T, et al. (1993) Calcospherites in rabbit incisor predentin Scanning Microscopy. 7: 255-265
Krefting ER, Frentzel K, Tessarek J, et al. (1993) Strontium, a tracer to study the transport of calcium in mineralizing tissues by electron probe microanalysis Scanning Microscopy. 7: 203-207
Appleton J, Eisenmann DR, Mishima H, et al. (1992) Dentinogenesis and the calciotraumatic response to the injection of lead or fluoride ions Scanning Microscopy. 6: 1073-1081
Engel MB, Catchpole HR. (1989) Microprobe analysis of element distribution in bovine extracellular matrices and muscle. Scanning Microscopy. 3: 887-92; discussion 8
Engel MB, Bressman JK. (1988) The effect of fatigue on essential element distribution in the rabbit masseter. Scanning Microscopy. 2: 337-44
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