cacodylate


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cacodylate

(kak″ŏ-dil′āt) [Gr. kakōdēs, foul-smelling]
A salt of cacodylic acid.
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Samples of their gills were taken and fixed with Bouin's fluid or 3% glutaraldehyde solution in cacodylate buffer for histology and scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
dorsi (12-13 ribs) and liver were immediately sliced into pieces of 1 mm in diameter and fixed in 3% buffered glutaraldehyde (sodium cacodylate buffer, pH 7.
After centrifugation, the resulting hemocyte pellet was suspended in 1 mL cacodylate buffer (0.
5% solution of glutaraldehyde on the phosphate or cacodylate buffer, after dehydration in the ethanol acetone they were immersed into epon-araldite mix.
9 mM/L, potassium chloride 150 mM/L, and cacodylate buffer 20 mM/ L, pH 7.
Materials: Olive oil was purchased from Olivoila, Itlay, CsA from Novartis, Basel, Switzerland, Araldite resin from Tab Laboratories Equipment LTD, Berkshire, England, and sodium cacodylate and OsO4 were purchased from Sigma, USA.
cacodylate, postfixed in 2% osmium, and rinsed in water.
To capture images of microorganisms and obtain clear pictures, a glutaraldehyde in sodium cacodylate pretreatment, for fixation and dehydration of living organisms, was used for the respective samples (27).
1 M sodium cacodylate buffer, the samples (seedlings) were dehydrated in a graded acetone series, critical point dried with C[O.
1] sodium cacodylate buffer at room temperature (20-22[degrees]C) and pH (7.