Alexandra Schulz

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Undecalcified preparation of bone tissue for electron microscopic investigation depends on an adequate embedding method. A low viscosity resin proved to comply with the particular conditions as there is good infiltration of specimen by the monomer medium and also sufficient hardness of the polymerization product. Both properties stabilize the transition of(More)
Acetonitrile, which is a by-product of acrylonitrile synthesis, is the commonly used solvent in ion-pair reversed phase chromatography. In consequence of the decreasing demand for acrylonitrile due to the financial crisis, a worldwide shortage of acetonitrile is observed. Therefore, the aim of this study was to establish ion-pair reversed phase(More)
We investigated the effect of increasing CO(2) concentrations on the growth and viability of ecophysiologically different microorganisms to obtain information for a leakage scenario of CO(2) into shallow aquifers related to the capture and storage of CO(2) in deep geological sections. CO(2) concentrations in the gas phase varied between atmospheric(More)
We describe a method which makes it possible to study the expression of the trimeric glycoprotein (TGP, CD 103) on the surface of hairy cells (HCs) by electron microscopy (e.m.). The monoclonal antibody (mAb) Ber-ACT8 was used to identify the TGP. By testing mucosa of the small intestine, we found that a prefixation incubation with Ber-ACT8 was necessary.(More)
UNLABELLED The preparation of undecalcified bone tissue for electron microscopic investigation depends on the quality of the embedding medium. Penetration of bone tissue is improved by a low viscosity of the monomer plastic material. Hardness of polymerized embedding medium should be similar to bone tissue, but a good cutting quality must be maintained. A(More)
Artificial carbon dioxide leakage into a shallow aquifer was monitored using stable carbon isotope measurements at a field site near the town of Wittstock, Brandenburg, Germany. Approximately 400 000 L of CO(2) were injected into a shallow aquifer at 18 m depth over 10 days. The (13)C/ (12)C ratios of the CO(2) were measured in both groundwater and soil gas(More)
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