sodium cacodylate


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sodium cacodylate

[‚sōd·ē·əm ka′käd·əl‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C2H6 AsNaO2 A herbicide used as a harvest aid. Also known as bollseye (trade name).
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1 M sodium cacodylate buffer for localization of carbonic anhydrase activity (CAH) using the Hausson' s technique (Hansson, 1967; Maren, 1980b; Sugai and Ito, 1980; Lacy, 1983b).
In the rinses with sodium cacodylate buffer and 25% and 50% ethanol, a few bipolar and multipolar neurons with long processes (some more than 300 [[micro]meter] in length) were observed, measured, and photographed.
5 ml of 1% glutar-aldebyde, 1% saccharose in sodium cacodylate buffer (0.