The effects of embedding in water-soluble plastics on the final dimensions of liver sections.

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This paper describes the morphometric changes liver samples undergo in the course of fixation, dehydration, infiltration and embedding in different mixtures of water-soluble plastics. The plastics used were: three different mixtures of glycolmethacrylate (GMA) and the commercially available material JB4. Buffered formaldehyde fixation did not produce… (More)

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@article{Hanstede1983TheEO, title={The effects of embedding in water-soluble plastics on the final dimensions of liver sections.}, author={J G Hanstede and Peter O. Gerrits}, journal={Journal of microscopy}, year={1983}, volume={131 Pt 1}, pages={79-86} }