microdissection


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microdissection

[¦mī·krō·di′sek·shən]
(biology)
Dissection under a microscope.
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Microdissection system for the isolation of defined tissues, Cell groups, Single cells and cell organelles from paraffin, Cryogenic and vital sections of human, Animal and plant material as well as vital cell cultures.
Laser capture microdissection (LCM): Use of a laser-equipped microscope to isolate and retrieve specific cells of interest from a histopathologic region of interest.
In this study, we obtained myometrium from AM tissues using laser microdissection and applied real-time RT-PCR.
Meanwhile, scientists believe laser microdissection will solve sex crimes, including incidents of historical child abuse.
The global laser capture microdissection market is expected to USD 124.
Tseng said the technology could provide a cost-effective and fast alternative to laser capture microdissection in the care of patients for whom time is of the essence.
Microdissection and cloning of DNA from a specific region of Drosophila melanogaster polytene chromosomes.
As discussed below under "Future Considerations," ethanol fixation also has advantages for microdissection and clonality assays.
The UV model is ideal for MALDI-TOF applications currently serviced by legacy nitrogen lasers, as well as for many laser microdissection applications.
Explorer One lasers are targeted for a variety of applications such as MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry, laser microdissection, UV plastics marking, stereolithography, FPD repair, and other tasks that require premium performance and extreme durability in a tiny footprint.
The aim of this study was to compare use of fresh and frozen sperm samples in non-obstructive azoospermia through microdissection testicular sperm extraction (microTESE) treatment.