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A fixative solution which contains zinc salts.
National Institutes of Health
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Assessment of murine brain tissue shrinkage caused by different histological fixatives using magnetic resonance and computed tomography imaging.
Histology and histopathology
Corpus ID: 12389604
Especially for neuroscience and the development of new biomarkers, a direct correlation between in vivo imaging and histology is…
Cell-type-specific Jumonji histone demethylase gene expression in the healthy rat CNS: detection by a novel flow cytometry method
Stephanie M. C. Smith
Corpus ID: 18179257
Our understanding of how histone demethylation contributes to the regulation of basal gene expression in the brain is largely…
Novel zinc-based fixative for high quality DNA, RNA and protein analysis
S. Van Noorden
Nucleic acids research
Corpus ID: 297864
We have developed a reliable, cost-effective and non-toxic fixative to meet the needs of contemporary molecular pathobiology…
Development of a zinc-based fixative for DNA, RNA and protein molecular studies.
Corpus ID: 75556955
Zinc-Based Fixative Improves Preservation of Genomic DNA and Proteins in Histoprocessing of Human Tissues
Corpus ID: 20185307
Advantageous preservation of histology and detailed cellular morphology has rendered neutral buffered formalin (NBF) the most…
Concurrent immunohistochemical staining of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes and carcinoma-associated T (Thomsen-Friedenreich)/Tn antigens in human breast carcinoma.
B. L. Wang
The journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry…
Corpus ID: 40460996
The composition of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL) often reflects the host's immune response to the tumor. To study the…
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