cacodylate


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cacodylate

[‚kak·ə′di‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
Any salt of cacodylic acid.
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5% solution of glutaric aldehyde on the phosphate and cacodylate buffer, finished fixing with 1% solution of the osmium tetraoxide after dehydration in the alcohol-acetone, then dried with method of critical point in the apparatus HCP-2 and were pulverized with the gold in the apparatus IB-2.
The extracted hypothalamus, of each one of the exposure periods, as well as the controls, were initially fixed in glutaraldehide at 3% in buffer cacodylate 0.
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The key painting in this context is L'Oeil cacodylate (The Cacodylic Eye), 1921, a canvas signed by Picabia's friends when they came to visit him as he recovered in seclusion from an eye ailment.
1 M sodium cacodylate buffer (Electron Microscopy Sciences, Hatfield, PA, USA) before incubation in 1% osmium tetroxide diluted in 0.
For instance, the room on 'anti-painting' contained Francis Picabia's L'oeil Cacodylate (1921), a painting full of other artist's signatures.
11 HCL-KCL buffer HCL-Glycine buffer HCL-Phthalate buffer Aconitate buffer Citrate buffer Acetate buffer Citrate-phosphate buffer Succinate buffer Phthalate-NaOH buffer Maleate buffer Cacodylate buffer Phosphate buffer Tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane -maleate buffer Barbital buffer Tris buffer Boric acid-borax buffer Propanediol buffer Glycine buffer Borax-NaOH buffer Carbonate-bicarbonate buffer pH 1.
After dissection of three males in ice-cold cacodylate buffer their genital systems were fixed in 3.
02% picric acid in cacodylate buffer overnight at 4[degrees]C and washed three times with the cacodylate buffer followed by fixation in a solution containing 1% osmium tetroxide and 1.
5% glutaraldehyde (Electron Microscope Science, USA) diluted in 10 mM Cacodylate buffer, pH 7.