The present study was designed to assess the influence of aqueous and nonaqueous fixatives on the quantitative estimation of collagen-proteoglycan interaction in tissue sections. Tissues containing different collagen types and distinct sulfated proteoglycan classes were isolated from pig costal cartilage, human skin, and the inner muscular layer of dog small intestine and fixed using aqueous or nonaqueous methods. the results showed that the best fixation method was exposure to paraformaldehyde gas. When using aqueous fixatives, proteoglycans were lost to different degrees among the various tissues analyzed, reflecting differences in chemical properties of proteoglycan classes and/or in their interactions with other matrix components such as collagen ...
Andrea, At 12:19 PM 7/24/2003 -0700, you wrote: >Hi again, I apologize for not giving the recipe for the fixative I was >using. It is the zinc salt fixative from the 1994 Beckstead paper (J. >Histochem Cytochem 42: 1127-1134). The composition is as follows: 0.1M >TrisHCl (pH 7.4) with 0.05% Ca acetate, 0.5% Zn acetate and 0.5% Zn >chloride. The final pH of this fixative ends up being around 6.8, but you >are warned not to try to bring it closer to neutral pH as precipitates will >form. Initially I tried clearing the blood from the mouse with 0.1M >phosphate buffer. However, as soon as I started running the zinc fixative >through the tubing (i.e. before it even got into the animal), a white >precipitate formed in the tubing - and i imagine also in the animal. I >assume this was due to the zinc fixative coming into contact with phosphate >molecules left in the tubing from the previously run phosphate buffer. I >next tried clearing the animal with 0.1M Tris base buffer, pH7.4. I did not >see any ...
Original Message----- From: Luck, Greg D. Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 11:04 AM To: [email protected] Subject: RE: [Histonet] Alternative fixative users (Prefer) Mary, We have gone down this path already (about two years ago). I can offer the solution that I came up with and has proved very effective and nearly flawless. It allows for the necessary preservation of tissues that are either non-reactive to certain antibodies (eg. WT-1, TTF-1, E-cadherin, ER and PR; ie. these are the ones we have been unable to work up on Prefer fixed tissues) while enjoying the vastly superior results on the overwhelming number of antibodies done on the Prefer fixed tissues. In addition it keeps the more pleasant working environment with Prefer as the dominant fixative. I have included a portion of my Histology Specimen Handling policy at the end of my e-mail. Of particular interest to you will be the Fixation and the Labeling Cassettes and Slides sections. I urge you to give me a call and I ...
Histopathology is the most useful tool for diagnosis of a number of diseases, especially cancer. To be effective, histopathology requires that tissues be fixed prior to processing. Formalin is currently the most common histologic fixative, offering many advantages: it is cheap, readily available, and pathologists are routinely trained to examine tissues fixed in formalin. However, formalin fixation substantially degrades tissue DNA, hindering subsequent use in diagnostics and research. We therefore evaluated three alternative fixatives, TissueTek® Xpress® Molecular Fixative, modified methacarn, and PAXgene®, all of which have been proposed as formalin alternatives, to determine their suitability for routine use in a veterinary diagnostic laboratory. This was accomplished by examining the histomorphology of sections produced from fixed tissues as well as the ability to amplify fragments from extracted DNA. Tissues were sampled from two dogs and four cats, fixed for 24-48 h, and processed routinely.
The fixative 10% buffered formalin is commonly used to preserve tissues for routine histology in many labs. The formaldehyde has a greater chance for oxidation in this concentration of tissue fixative and eventually the solution will start to drop in pH, in spite of the buffer. We recommend that 10% buffered formalin solutions be used no longer than 3 months after they were initially mixed. The solution should be clear, colorless, with no precipitate and the pH should not be below 6.5.. The other problem with 10% buffered formalin is the slowly increasing concentration of methanol (an unwanted byproduct of aging formaldehyde). Methanol promotes clumping of proteins, instead of the cross-linking of proteins that formaldehyde performs. A methanol-free fixative will give the best preservation, particularly if you plan to use the tissue for antibody staining at a later time.. The most common way to avoid methanol in a formaldehyde solution is to make the solution up fresh from crystalline ...
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To maintain the tissue in as lifelike a state as possible, tissue for analysis is usually placed directly into a fixative solution upon removal from the body. Fixation is normally carried out as soon as possible to prevent autolysis and to reduce possible infectivity. Several factors determine the choice of fixative for a given application. If morphological changes are known to take place rapidly after tissue collection-as with neural tissue-the speed of fixing action is extremely important.. For large tissue samples, the rate of penetration of the fixative into the sample must also be considered. If immunological detection methods are to be used, a fixative which preserves protein structure is required. For electron microscopy, fixatives which do not precipitate proteins avoid artifacts invisible to light microscopy. The price of a fixative may also be a factor. The low cost of formaldehyde fixatives is one reason for their popularity. A partial list of fixatives would include (grouped by ...
In drawing, a fixative is a liquid, similar to varnish, which is usually sprayed over a finished piece of artwork, usually a dry media artwork, to better preserve it and prevent smudging. Artwork media requiring fixative include drawings done in pencil, charcoal, and pastel. The fixative is applied lightly, without wet
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In contrast to the Consensus Statement for vasculitis-associated ANCA (23), there are no clear guidelines for immunofluorescence detection and interpretation of ANCA patterns in IBD (24). Differentiating between atypical and typical P-ANCA on ethanol-fixed substrates by IIF is still challenging. Previous data regarding formalin-fixed neutrophils in the detection of atypical P-ANCA are scattered and controversial (4, 7, 31). Differences in formaldehyde fixation techniques and the resolution of the immunofluorescence microscope used might be responsible for these contradictions. However, the use of a formalin-fixed substrate was reported as a simple, useful technique for differentiating between ANA and typical P-ANCA, which may occur together (9). Simultaneous reactivity of atypical P-ANCA on formalin- and ethanol-fixed neutrophils and the feasibility of the new microscopic criteria suggested by Terjung et al. (28) have not been systematically studied in IBD (7, 31). ANCA systems that replace ...
A group of dialdehydes is disclosed having an even number of atoms in the shortest backbone chain connecting the two aldehyde groups which are useful as decontaminants, fixatives, preservatives, and embalming agents. Compared to conventional aldehydes having an odd number of backbone atoms, the even-numbered dialdehydes are approximately as effective in terms of decontaminant, fixative, preservative and embalming properties, yet they are substantially safer to people, animals, and plants, and the environment.
HISTOCHOICE™ MB® Tissue Fixative is the first fixative designed for the molecular biologist. It is specialty formulated to preserve antigenic sites for antibody probes and nucleic acid sites for immunohistochemistry. HISTOCHOICE™MB® replaces formaldehyde based, alcohol based, Zenkers, B-5, B-3, Bouins and other fixatives with superior results. Tissue fixed in HISTOCHOICE™MB® exhibit vibrant staining, better nuclear and cytoplasmic detail, and will retain a crisp appearance even after long-term fixation.. Because this formula is designed specially for molecular biology applications, HISTOCHOICE™MB® fixed sections do not require pre-digestion or other recovery procedures to make important sites available.This means you spend less time preparing slides and more time doing research.. More than a fixative, HISTOCHOICE™MB® is a preservative that leaves antigens and nucleic acids in their native state, allowing binding for specific probes. Primary antibodies can often be diluted ...
IMMERSION METHOD 1. Soak item in Fixative Solution for 3 min., then distilled water rinse. 2. (Activated Working Solution) Using the following ratio: 50 ml ABTS working solution 0.5 ml 27% Hydrogen peroxide Combine and shake vigorously in a stoppered bottle. 3. Tray immersion of item into Activated Working Solution for 5 min. Remove and rinse in distilled water. 4. Allow item to air dry under darkened lighting. -- or -- BLOTTING METHOD 1. Place a dry, clean filter paper over the region to be processed. 2. Saturate the paper with the Fixative Solution using a pipette for 3 min. Remove paper and rinse the processed region with distilled water. 3. Place another dry, clean filter paper over the region to be processed. 4. Vigorously shake the Activated Working Solution. Saturate the paper with the Activated Working Solution using a pipette for 5 min. Remove paper and rinse the processed region with distilled water. 5. Allow item to air dry under darkened lighting ...
article{2019058, abstract = {Immunofluorescent staining is often used to investigate the expression of specific proteins in pre-implantation embryos. The success of this method is determined by the specificity of the antibodies, but also by the protocol used for fixation and permeabilization of the samples. In this study, different fixatives are compared in combination with immunofluorescent staining of caudal-type homeobox 2 (CDX2), fibronectin 1 (FN1) and integrins (ITGs) on bovine blastocysts. For both CDX2 and the ITGs, the outcome of the staining was largely dependent on the fixation methods. Paraformaldehyde fixation was best for the intracellular CDX2 protein, whereas acetone fixation gave the best results for the transmembrane ITGs. No difference was observed for the FN1 staining between samples fixed with paraformaldehyde or acetone. These examples demonstrate that the choice of fixation and permeabilization agents is very important for the outcome of the experiment, and this choice is ...
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Ethics statement. The human study was conducted according to the principles expressed in the Declaration of Helsinki. The study was approved by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Minnesota. All patients provided written informed consent for the collection of samples and subsequent analysis.. LN biopsy specimens. Inguinal LN biopsies from 4 HIV-negative individuals and 23 untreated HIV-1-infected individuals at different clinical stages (Supplemental Table 1) were obtained for this University of Minnesota Institutional Review Board-approved study. Viral load measurements were obtained on the same day as biopsies. Each LN biopsy was immediately placed in fixative (4% neutral buffered paraformaldehyde or Strecks tissue fixative) and paraffin embedded.. Animals, SIV infection, and LN biopsy specimens. Adult RMs used in these studies were housed in accordance with the regulations of the American Association of Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care and the standards of the ...
Safety Fresh-specimen collection Collection of the specimen Number of specimens to be collected (standard recommendation) Number of specimens to be collected (pros and cons of various options) Collection times Specimen type, specimen stability, and need for preservation Preservation of specimens Preservatives Formalin MIF SAF Schaudinn's fluid Schaudinn's fluid containing PVA (mercury base) Schaudinn's fluid containing PVA (copper base, zinc base) Single-vial collection systems (other than SAF) Universal Fixative (TOTAL-FIX) Use of fixatives Quality control for stool fixatives Procedure notes for use of preservatives Procedure limitations for use of preservatives Shipment of diagnostic specimens, biological products, etiologic agents, or infectious substances Documentation
Glutaraldehyde (1,5-pentanedial, abbreviated as GA) is a common fixative in biology. It is used to reduce degradation in cells, tissues, and entire organisms before further experiments like electron microscopy. Fixation occurs by crosslinking (creating covalent chemical bonds between proteins in/on cells). GA is similar to another common cross-linking fixative, PFA. ...
Detection techniques using antibodies often fail to work on PFA- or formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded sections. Antigen retrieval methods can then, in some cases, enable specific antibody detection. They work by reversing some of the chemical modification of epitopes during fixation. These procedures will not help much with epitope loss due to denaturation during sample treatment, like hot paraffin embedding. ...
Polysciences pioneered the supply of redistilled high purity glutaraldehydes, making them the standard for discriminating researchers.. Biological Grade glutaraldehyde is available in 25% and 50% solutions, also purified to minimize by-product formation and maximize shelf life, suitable for most morphological studies and routine work. For additional information, please see Technical Data Sheet #124.. EM Grade glutaraldehyde is available in 8%, 25%, 50% and 70% solutions, recommended for histological or immunological techniques demanding purity and longer stability. Our EM Grade glutaraldehyde is vacuum distilled, and free of contaminants.. ...
The pH of this solution should be close to pH 7.4, but does not have to be too precise. It is unlikely to produce formalin pigment, unless very bloody tissues are stored in it for a long time without changing the solution, an unlikely situation.. Formal sucrose gives more protection to cytological components and has been recommended as an initial fixative for electron microscopy, if used at 4°C. Otherwise, it is used for phospholipids or whenever greater physical protection is needed for the tissue. It is not usually recommended as a routine formalin fixative as it is basically formalin in a light sugar syrup.. ...
Tissue transport medium for specimens undergoing immunofluorescent studies. Specimens may remain in media for up to 5 days at room temperature. Not suitable for transporting live cells for flow cytometry. Not to be used for tissues used in fluorescent in situ.. 了解更多 ...
5% T C A ) fixed and paraffin-embedded sections of liver and brain after application of r e - labeled amino acids to the isolation procedure of nucleic acids according to Schneiders method (1945) and found an activity loss of only 0% to 3%, measured with the Geiger counter. Ostrowski et al. (1961) found a 1% loss of protein mass in liver and kidney after fixation with 4 % for- malin, and Merriam (1958) reported 6-12% weight loss in liver, muscle, and brain with the same fixative. In order to eliminate the labeled free amino acid from the tissue as completely as possible it is advisable to add the corresponding nonradio- active amino acid in excess to the fixative and all solutions subsequently used. For thick emulsion layers 20-30 min of development may be required, depending on the temperature. In some cases it might be necessary to soak the thick emulsion in distilled water prior to development to make it penetrable to the developer. Yagoda (1955) described a special isothermal processing of ...
If an Intra-Operative Consult (IOC) is required, submit the specimen fresh. For more information, see Intra-Operative Consult Request.. If an IOC is not required, submit the specimen in 10% Formalin (NBF) in an appropriate sized plastic container. There should be 10 times the volume of fixative to the volume of tissue and the fixative must cover the specimen. Label the container according to CLS requirements. Containers must be securely tightened to eliminate leakage ...
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A method and composition for fixing and stabilizing tissues, cells, and cell components such that the antigenic sites and nucleic acids are preserved is provided. The fixative employs a formaldehyde donor that is non-toxic, non-flammable, and that stabilizes the cell with minimal damage to and alteration of the cell morphology. The cell antigenic sites are left intact so that studies with monoclonal antibodies may be conducted. Vaccines and related immunotherapeutic methods utilizing antigens stabilized by the fixative of the present invention are also provided. Also disclosed is a method for developing a positive control for test reagents and for test instrumentation.
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Fixation is the preservation of all cellular and structural elements in as nearly the natural living condition as possible. The role of the fixative is to fix or stop the cells at the desired stage of cell division without causing distortion, swelling or shrinkage of the chromosomes or with as little chemical and structural change of cell constituents as possible. It is required primarily in order that structures which are obscured or entirely invisible in the living cell may be made clearly visible and secondarily that the soft structures may be hardened sufficiently for further treatment.. Several factors affect fixation including temperature, pH, osmolarity, rate of penetration, rate of chemical and physical changes and length of fixation. Poor fixation makes it impossible to obtain good results from sectioning and staining. Rules affecting Fixation ...
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Effect of formalin fixation on thermal conductivity of the biological tissues is presented. A self-heated thermistor probe was used to measure the tissue thermal conductivity. The thermal conductivity of porcine aorta, fat, heart, and liver was measured before the formalin fixation and then 1 day, 4 days, and 11 days after formalin fixation. The results indicate that the formalin fixation does not cause a significant change in the tissue thermal conductivity of the tissues studied. In the clinical setting, tissues removed surgically are often fixed in formalin for subsequent pathological analysis. These results suggest that, in terms of thermal properties, it is equally appropriate to perform in vitro studies in either fresh tissue or formalin-fixed tissue.. ...
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Remember to wear gloves and be very careful of the fixatives!!! Remember which side of the coverslip has the cells. Remember to discard used fix into the appropriate hazardous waste container in the chemical hood in the main lab.. Paraformaldehyde fixation. Fixative Stocks: 32% Paraformaldehyde: bottle under chemical hood in main lab. Detergent: 10% triton X 100. To make 10 mls of fixative: Paraformaldehyde: 1 mL stock 10% triton: 0.5 ml 10X PBS -/- 1 mL add water make 10 mL (8.5 mL). Use same method as Formaldehyde fixation.. ...
An impeccable sample fixation is a prerequisite for a correct histological diagnosis. Tissue samples must be immersed in an optimally chosen fixative immediately after sampling, because a timely fixation will prevent autolysis, putrefaction and other unwanted cellular changes. Although there are hundreds of histological fixatives and at least tens of formaldehyde-based fixatives, neutral buffered formaldehyde solutions with a concentration range from 4% to 10% are the most commonly used fixatives, primarily because of their simple and universal application. Tissue fixation using a buffered formaldehyde solution results in forming cross-links, i. e. it forms methylene bridges between proteins, that is, it results in keeping tissue components in their in vivo relation. If fixated properly, the tissue sample can withstand additional histological tissue processing and staining.. The NB 4% formaldehyde solution is 10% buffered formalin, which is the most commonly used fixative. It is suitable for ...
A tissue fixation device is provided that is preferably used to secure a ligament or graft within a prepared bone tunnel, for example in ACL replacement. The tissue fixation device generally includes an elongate member having a shaft portion that is adapted to be at least partially disposed within a bone tunnel, and a guide member that forms a portion of the proximal end of the elongate member. The guide member has a graft-seating surface that is effective to seat a graft and to position the graft toward one side of a bone tunnel when the device is disposed within the bone tunnel. The device also includes a graft-retaining member formed on at least a portion of the graft-seating surface.
Immunocytochemistry. Eleven naive adult male Sprague Dawley rats were anesthetized deeply and perfused transcardially with 10 ml of heparin saline (1000 U/ml), followed by fixative. For 10 rats, the fixative consisted of 50 ml of 3.75% acrolein and 2% paraformaldehyde in 0.1 m phosphate buffer, pH 7.4 (PB), followed by 250 ml of 2% paraformaldehyde. To determine whether the degree of DAT immunostaining was dependent on the fixative that was used, we perfused the remaining animal with 500 ml of 4% paraformaldehyde with 0.2% glutaraldehyde. The brains were removed, post-fixed in the final fixative for 30 min, and sectioned at 50 μm on a vibratome. To improve antigenicity and reduce nonspecific immunolabeling, we subsequently treated the sections for 30 min with 1% sodium borohydride (Leranth and Pickel, 1989) and rinsed them in PB. To reduce further the nonspecific labeling before incubation in primary antibody, we treated sections for 30 min in a blocking solution consisting of 1% bovine serum ...
Since 1984, several human tissue banks have been available to researchers in the field of molecular biology in the USA [9-11]. The goal of these procurement organizations is primarily to provide tissues to researchers seeking to screen for genetically based diseases and the genetic bases of diseases. Nevertheless, multiple factors affect the molecular profiles of cells. These factors that affect these profiles in FFPE tissues include pre-fixation time, the properties of the fixatives, the conditions of the fixative, and the post-fixative storage parameters. The main goal is to preserve nucleic acids in diagnostic specimens for the identification of specific diagnostic and prognostic molecular targets [12].. In biomedical science, the human tissues that researchers receive are nearly always tissues that remain after routine diagnostic procedures. Worldwide, the most commonly used fixative agent for these tissues is formalin (HCHO). Formalin is an agent that forms crosslinks between the lysine ...
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Immunohistochemically, coagulation F-VIII-R:AG in vascular endothelial cells can be demonstrated with antihuman F-VIII-R:AG antisera after fixation with...
In summary, doing QC of RNA profiles requires a new approach. "When testing so many things at once, it requires a new paradigm for doing QC," Dr. Gulley says. "You cant possibly have negative and positive controls for every analyte in a large panel. So what we are controlling instead is the overall process of classifying the sample into one of the important categories of outcomes, such as a molecular subtype of breast cancer.". In her interview with CAP TODAY, Dr. Nikiforova, too, had thoughts on improving the quality of assays on RNA and DNA from FFPE tissue. She agrees that tissue should not be fixed in formalin for too long, certainly not for more than 48 hours. In addition, fixatives other than formalin might make nucleic acids inaccessible for extraction. In this regard, she cites the heavy metal fixative B5. Another typical error: sending tissue that was in the process of decalcification. "Decalcification solutions cause extensive DNA fragmentation," she says.. In her laboratory, Dr. ...
Intracellular fills of astrocytes with fluorescent dyes in fixed tissue. The method for filling cells in fixed tissue slices was adapted from previously reported protocols (Buhl, 1993; Belichenko and Dahlström, 1995). Male Sprague Dawley rats, 1 month of age, were anesthetized with an overdose of Nembutal (10 mg/100 gm body weight) and perfused transcardially with oxygenated Ringers solution at 37°C (0.79% NaCl, 0.038% KCl, 0.020% MgCl2·6H2O, 0.018% Na2HPO4, 0.125% NaHCO3, 0.030% CaCl2·2H2O, 0.20% dextrose, and 0.020% xylocaine) for ∼30 sec, followed by 0.1m PBS, pH 7.4, containing 4% paraformaldehyde (37°C). For electron microscopic studies, 0.1% glutaraldehyde was added to the fixative. The fixative was perfused through the body for 10 min, at which point the brain was removed and cut on a vibratome into 100-μm-thick coronal slices. The slices were stored in ice-cold PBS and used within 48 hr. The slices were placed in cold PBS and viewed with an Olympus Optical (Melville, NY) BX50WI ...
Different methods of fixation and tissue processing were employed to demonstrate intracellular antibody to horseradish peroxidase, Escherichia coli alkaline phosphatase and glucose oxidase in lymph node of several species. Fixation with various glutaraldehyde and formaldehyde fixation procedures were tried. None of those fixatives appeared to inhibit the subsequent antigen-antibody reaction. Small fragments of lymph node were cut either by hand with a razor blade or by using a tissue chopper and complete cross sections of the node were cut at 40 µm thickness in a cryostat. The latter method gave the most consistently reproducible results in that antibodies to all 3 enzymes were demonstrable: The intracellular penetration of the enzymes was superior with this method, and specific areas in the lymph node could be selected by light microscopy prior to cutting thin sections. Finally, a technique is described whereby antibody antihorseradish peroxidase can be detected in ultrathin frozen sections ...
2015 pdf] Vaccine contents Included in U.S. Vaccines, by Vaccine this table includes not only vaccine ingredients (e.g., adjuvants and preservatives), but also substances used during the manufacturing process, including vaccine-production media, that are removed from the final product and present only in trace quantities. In addition to the substances listed, most vaccines contain Sodium Chloride (table salt).. (Vaccine ingredients) 1. Micro-organisms, either bacteria or viruses, thought to be causing certain infectious diseases and which the vaccine is supposed to prevent. These are whole-cell proteins or just the broken-cell protein envelopes, and are called antigens. 2. Chemical substances which are supposed to enhance the immune response to the vaccine, called adjuvants. 3. Chemical substances which act as preservatives and tissue fixatives, which are supposed to halt any further chemical reactions and putrefaction (decomposition or multiplication) of the live or attenuated (or killed) ...
Other Course Information A. Objectives By the end of the course, the students will develop a strong research understanding and will have hands on experience of the following: 1. Principles of measurements, balances and pipetting, working of pH instrument, preparation of different media, buffers and indicators. 2. General cell culture techniques, maintain cell cultures, viability and cytotoxicity assays. 3. Microscopy, principles and applications. Preparation of slides using different fixatives and stains to observe and identify different organisms/cell organelles. 4. DNA extraction, quantification, and separation by agarose gel. Primer designing and PCR amplification of their own genomic DNA by using buccal swabs. 5. Basic principles and applications of colorimetry, spectrophotometry, and flowcytometry. 6. Immunological techniques like western blot and ELISA. 7. Protein estimation with Bradford and Lowry s methods. 8. Expression of foreign gene in bacterial host system, vector designing and ...
Very fine and elegant musk with a natural quality, adds depth and roundness to a wide variety of creations but it also has a synergistic effect on the bouquet of a fragrance. At ,98% purity this generic is the equivalent of the Firmenich product Exaltolide (as distinct from Exaltolide Total, which is at 92% purity) although not manufactured by Firmenich.. Arctander describes it like this: "Delicately animal, musky and sweet, extremely tenacious odor of outstanding uniformity. Its fixative effect is absolutely unusual in that it is not a physical fixation, but a true fixative and mellowing effect at incredibly low concentration of usage. The effect of perfumes containing this Lactone differ from others in the excellent wearability introduced by the Lactone. This is particularly conspicuous when the perfume is applied to the skin." According to Philip Kraft, Exaltolide "is probably the commercial musk with the least side notes." He therefore recommends using it as a benchmark for grasping the ...
I tried to do CD34 membrane antigen retrieval from paraffin embedded tissue section with microwave and enzyme methods, but just found these methods are not working. The protocols I used are as follows ...