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Cell and organelle shrinkage during preparation for scanning electron microscopy: effects of fixation, dehydration and critical point drying

Journal of Microscopy

May 1, 1977

D Gusnard, R H Kirschner

PMID: 409847

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The critical point drying method of preparing samples for scanning electron microscopy is associated with a variable amount of specimen shrinkage. We studied the causes of this phenomenon is isolated mouse hepatocyte nuclei and in human erythrocytes and found that the critical point dry...read more

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Surgical Pathology Scanning Electron Microscopy
Liver - Hepatocyte (Mmhcc)
Scanning Electron Microscopy
Fixatives
Ethanol Measurement
Cell Nucleus
Sample Fixation
Specimen Collection
Erythrocytes
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Cell and organelle shrinkage during preparation for scanning electron microscopy: effects of fixation, dehydration and critical point drying

Journal of Microscopy

May 1, 1977

D Gusnard, R H Kirschner

PMID: 409847

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Abstract

The critical point drying method of preparing samples for scanning electron microscopy is associated with a variable amount of specimen shrinkage. We studied the causes of this phenomenon is isolated mouse hepatocyte nuclei and in human erythrocytes and found that the critical point dry...read more

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Ethers
Surgical Pathology Scanning Electron Microscopy
Liver - Hepatocyte (Mmhcc)
Scanning Electron Microscopy
Fixatives

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