Panthera pardus epidermis

Francisco Javier H Blazquez fjhblazq at FOX.CCE.USP.BR
Mon Mar 14 07:24:48 EST 1994



> > Do you have
> > reason to think that the epidermis in the cat family is different in some
> > special way from the epidermis of other mammals? 
> 
> I wish thank you for your answer. I will give some explanation. I was in 
> my lab when a engineer asked to speak to me. He was very excited about 
> something he had discovered about the way that the epithelial cells of 
> Panthera pardus epidermis are disposed. He wanted some information or a
> slide (histological section) of this animal to confirm his ideas, but he
> did not explained what ideas or what was his intention. He alleged 
> professional secret. That sounds strange, isn t? I am a public employee so I 
> must aid people who ask me  aid, they pay my salary. I did a search in 
> Biological Abstract and found nothing. I will do a search in Zoological 
> Abstract, maybe I will be luckier. Thank you.
> 
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