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Several techniques were applied to indentify the gonadotropic (GTH) cells in the rostral pars distalis (RPD) of the pituitary in the Atlantic salmon in phases around spawning. The double immuno method with rabbit anti-carp GTH as the first antibody revealed many cells in the RPD with a strong fluorescence. On consecutive sections stained with Herlant's tetrachrome these cells exhibited basophilic reactions. They are distributed all over the RPD, i.e., in small clusters at the periphery, asdoi:10.1051/rnd:19780507 fatcat:gsyxjit4sngbdetdqdt6blqnke