Antigen preservation in microwave-irradiated tissues: a comparison with formaldehyde fixation.


A wide range of immunoreactive antigens commonly investigated in diagnostic pathology were evaluated in tissues subjected to fixation by microwave irradiation in normal saline to 63 degrees C. All of the 23 antigens studied were well preserved and compared with corresponding tissues conventionally fixed by formaldehyde for periods of 16 and 18 h… (More)


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