Histologic research reveals information about the morphology of cells and organs, specific cell systems, fats, proteins, carbohydrates, antigens, receptors, enzymes, metals, pigments etcetera.


Disease processes and different types of food, veterinary drugs and environmental toxins all have repercussions on the functioning and morphology of tissue. Histologic research can make these changes visible. This means that histology can function as a watchdog for toxicological effects of: