Worthington Tissue Dissociation Guide

How to Cite Worthington Literature

Please use the following guide to cite any Worthington literature or website information. You can reference examples for each particular format below.

How to Cite the Worthington Enzyme Manual

  • Print version example (using Papain on page 280):
    Papain, in Worthington Enzyme Manual, (Worthington, K., and Worthington, V., Eds.), 280 (1993).
  • Online version example (also using Papain):
    Worthington Enzyme Manual. Worthington, K., and Worthington, V. (2011). Worthington Biochemical Corporation. date of access (http://www.worthington-biochem.com/pap/default.html).

How to Cite the Worthington Biochemical Tissue Dissociation Guide

  • Print version example (using the Hepatocyte Isolation System, page 13):
    Hepatocyte Isolation System, in Worthington Biochemical Corporation Tissue Dissociation Guide, (Santangelo, C., Ed.), 13 (2008).
  • Online version example:
    Worthington Biochemical Online Tissue Dissociation Guide. Santangelo, C. 2011. Worthington Biochemical Corporation. date of access (http://www.worthington-biochem.com/tissuedissociation/basic.html).

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For additional citation information and inquiries please contact our Scientific Editor, Krystal Worthington, at krystal@worthington-biochem.com.


Tissue Tables (references, grouped by tissue type and species)

Adipose/Fat Adrenal Bone Brain
Cartilage Colon Endothelial Epithelial
Eye Heart Intestine Kidney
Liver Lung Lymph nodes Mammary
Miscellaneous Muscle Neural Pancreas
Parotid Pituitary Prostate Reproductive
Scales Skin Spleen Stem
Thymus Thyroid/Parathyroid Tonsil Tumor

Note: We have not limited the references listed to only those papers using Worthington enzymes. Generally speaking, the tissue dissociation enzymes offered by Worthington can be used interchangeably for most preparations cited.