fluorescent staining


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fluorescent staining

[flu̇¦res·ənt ′stān·iŋ]
(cell and molecular biology)
The use of fluorescent dyes to mark specific cell structures, such as chromosomes.
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However fluorescent staining is technically more complicated.
The conventional techniques usually detect the end-product of lipid peroxidation, while the fluorescent staining techniques can directly detect endogenous phospholipid and cholesterol with fluorescent probe (8).
an application of acridine orange fluorescent staining to the micronucleus test.
The student wanted to try applying a certain fluorescent staining technique, which Wells originally developed for looking at the cells of human hair bulbs, to the hairs on plant stems.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its D3[R] Ultra(TM) 2009 H1N1 Influenza A Virus ID Kit, a monoclonal antibody fluorescent staining kit for the specific identification of 2009 H1N1 influenza A in direct patient specimens or incubated tissue cultures.
Currently, there is scant data regarding the ZN, Rhodamine Auramine fluorescent staining and Autofluorescent staining on sputum samples.
The fluorescent staining of sperm was monitored and photographed by DP controller (Olympus) equipped with fluorescent image analyzer (Olympus DP70; Figure 1).
Manual detection can be done by silver staining and direct visualization, fluorescent staining with ethidium bromide detected by ultraviolet light, Sybr Green (Molecular Probes) detected on the Molecular Dynamics Fluorimager or the Hitachi FM BIO, and fluorescent-labeled primers using amplification kits available from Perkin-Elmer or Promega and detected by several instruments.
Another set of diagnostic techniques involving fluorescent staining of microbial antibodies allows the counting of actual organisms in a sample.
ATHENS, Ohio -- Diagnostic Hybrids, a leading developer of in vitro diagnostic fluorescent staining kits and cell culture products, announces the U.
Fluorescent Y body: The visualization of the Y chromosome by fluorescent staining techniques developed by Casperson and collaborators, Pearson et al (1970) demonstrated a small fluorescent body in the interphase cell from human males.
After the supernatant containing unbound cells was removed, the enriched samples were processed for fluorescent staining.

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