The Effect of Primary Fixation with Standard Postfixation and the Duration of Hydrolysis on Nuclear Features in Image Cytometry

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The effect of three primary fixation procedures, used in the preparation of routine cytological samples: air-drying, Delaunay, and Saccomanno fixation, with postfixation in modified Böhm-Sprenger fixative, on nuclear features as a function of hydrolysis time is reported. Three different cell types: lymphatic cells (tonsil), epithelial cells (buccal mucosa… (More)

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@inproceedings{Flear1998TheEO, title={The Effect of Primary Fixation with Standard Postfixation and the Duration of Hydrolysis on Nuclear Features in Image Cytometry}, author={Margareta Strojan Fle{\vz}ar and Alexei Doudkine and Marija Us-Krasovec}, booktitle={Analytical cellular pathology : the journal of the European Society for Analytical Cellular Pathology}, year={1998} }