|Microbiology||University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States|
Edward DeLamater of Oxford, Md., died Nov. 24, 1994. Dr. DeLamater devoted his career to research in microbiology, with his first appointment as assistant professor of bacteriology and mycology at the University of Minnesota. He then served on the faculties of the University of Pennsylvania, New York Medical College, and Florida Atlantic University, where he was appointed Distinguished University Professor of Science.
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|DELAMATER ED, SCHAECHTER M, HUNTER ME. (1955) A chemically specific double-staining technique for desoxyribosenucleic acid and other aldehyde-yielding or aldehyde-containing substances. The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry : Official Journal of the Histochemistry Society. 3: 16-21|
|SCHAECHTER M, TREECE EL, DELAMATER ED. (1954) Studies on the cytochemistry of alkaline phosphatase in various bacteria. Experimental Cell Research. 6: 361-6|