microdissection


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microdissection

[¦mī·krō·di′sek·shən]
(biology)
Dissection under a microscope.
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Arcturus is the leading company in Laser Capture Microdissection and reagent systems for the analysis of microscopic tissue samples, with systems installed in leading cancer centers and other research and clinical laboratories worldwide.
Laser microdissection microscope will be acquired by the institute of life sciences (fimm), a unit of helsinki institute for life sciences (hilife), university of helsinki.
* Laser capture microdissection (LCM): Use of a laser-equipped microscope to isolate and retrieve specific cells of interest from a histopathologic region of interest.
The utility of COLD-PCR will be greatly enhanced if this approach can be demonstrated to completely eliminate microdissection steps or at least to substantially reduce the tumor percentage required in clinical samples for sequencing analysis.
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To those ends, laser capture microdissection, or LCM, may provide unparalleled access to the purified diseased human cells directly from tissue specimens.
A major strength of our studies was microdissection of each heart by investigators fully versed in the pathology of congenital cardiac malformations as well as noncardiac anatomy.
The assets of Bio-Rad UK also include the Clonis microdissection business.
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Colorado MicroDissection Needles are designed for precision electrosurgery.
Similar to histologic samples, tumor fraction enrichment in cytologic specimens can be achieved through macrodissection and microdissection, by demarcating tumor-rich areas directly on the slide.