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Experiments undertaken to improve the case and quality of preparing tissue for light microscopy have resulted in methods for routine production of high quality serial paraffin and glycol methacrylate sections in the 1 to 4 μm range using a standard rotary microtome. These methods involve...
A new combined stain is described for the study of cell types in the fish pituitary. Tissues are prepared by fixing in formol-sublimate and then embedded in win wax. Tissue is sectioned at 5 μm and then stained sequentially with performic acid-alcian blue, periodic acid-Schiff, orange G, and...
A new modification of the Snodgrass-Dorsey (1963) albumin embedding method is described. Formalin fixed brains of various ages of rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) were sunk in 10% phosphate buffered formalin which contained 30% sucrose. and then embedded in a 3% gelatin, 30% egg albumin solution...
Plastic coverslips made of polymethylpentene serve as excellent substrates for growth of bovine endothelial cells, and are easily processed for both transmission (TEM) and scanning (SEM) electron microscopy. Portions of the same coverslip (monolayer) are used for both SEM and TEM examination and...
A modification of a scanning transmission electron microscope specimen holder which permits full viewing of large plastic embedded tissue sections is discussed. The method for producing one-centimeter diameter “giant” grids is explained and the procedure for sample preparation is outlined The...
A method for the cytophotometric estimation of ribonucleic acid in tissue sections using gallocyanin-chrome alum is described. The dye obeys Beer's law in gelatin sections. The effect of deoxyribonuclease on the staining of ribonucleic acid is also investigated. The results indicate that this...
A rapid, reliable silver impregnation method is described for nervous tissue fixed in formol-saline, Bouin or Sum. Sections are impregnated for 10-15 minutes at room temperature or 37 C in a solution containing 0.5 g Protargol-S, 0.005-0.01 g allantoin, 1 ml of 1% Cu(NO 2 ) 2 , 1 ml of 1% AgNO 3...
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