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Cytochemical staining methods for electron microscopy
Chapter 1. Introduction (P.R. Lewis and D.P. Knight). 1.1. The Objectives of Section Staining. 1.2. Contrast in Transmission Electron Microscopy. 1.3. Fixation of tissues. 1.4. Preparation ofExpand
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Mechanism of Animal Joints: Experimental Evidence for Weeping Lubrication in Mammalian Joints
Mechanism of Animal Joints: Experimental Evidence for Weeping Lubrication in Mammalian Joints
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Biological Specimen Preparation for Transmission Electron Microscopy
An introduction to fixation and embedding procedures and their safe use in the laboratory fixatives fixation methods dehydration methods embedding methods embedding in epoxy resins embedding inExpand
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6. Embedding in epoxy resins
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Aesthetics versus function: the fall of the Dee bridge, 1847
Abstract Numerous new bridges were needed when the railway line from London to Holyhead in Wales was built in the 1840s. The project's chief engineer, Robert Stephenson, chose a cast iron girderExpand
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Forensic Polymer Engineering: Why Polymer Products Fail in Service
Given the infinite number of applications of polymeric materials in everyday life, especially applications where a failure in service may lead to economic loss, injury or death, the ability toExpand
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Histochemical demonstration of carbohydrates by a convenient sulphation technique
SummaryA simple and convenient procedure has been devised for the staining of carbohydrate derivatives in tissue sections. Dewaxed sections are sulphated either by immersion in a 1:1 acetic-sulphuricExpand
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A Simultaneous Coupling Azo Dye Technique Suitable for Whole Mounts
A method based on the familiar coupling azo dye technique has been devised for the study of enzyme distribution in thick specimens. Its application to the study of esterase distribution in wholeExpand
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Wear as a product failure mechanism – Overview and case studies
Abstract Tribology is the technology of interactive surfaces in relative motion, incorporating the science of friction, lubrication and wear. The subject is a recognised and researched area in itsExpand
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