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The application of a liquid dye solution to a porous surface to impart color.
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Visual assessment of viability was performed after 1, 3, 5, or 7 weeks by histological staining, a calcein-based live/dead test, and RNA quantity and quality analyses.
Histological staining and SEM are basic and conventional types of investigation of decellularized tissues.
Caption: Figure 2: Histological staining (H&E) of induced RD and PVR in retina treated with OM-101.
We sought to elucidate a) the microanatomy of the polyps and the position of collagen fibers in the colony, using specific histological staining; b) the protein composition of these fibers, with mass spectroscopy analysis; and c) the microstructure of the fibers, with electron microscopy.
Histological staining attested to the functional competency of the differentiated cells, Oil Red-O showing multiple small lipid droplets in most cells, while low alizarin red staining indicating insignificant osteogenesis.
To further address whether the disc degeneration repair observed by MRI may correlate with some tissue alteration, we then performed histological staining as a method of validation.
Images (e), (f), and (f') correspond to histological staining with immunohistochemical technique for ICAM-I.
Histological staining was performed on T and ET models before implantation and at different time points to evaluate the integrity of the urothelium and the extracellular matrix (ECM) (Fig.
In our preliminary tests it was possible to observe that all histochemical and histological staining methods used were more efficient at showing presence of fibrin than of mucopolyssacharydes.
The consumable product can be used for standard molecular and cellular assay techniques including tissue processing, fixation, embedding, and sectioning; histological staining; electron microscopy; immunocytochemistry; and fluorescence microscopy.