Carnoy

Car·noy

(kar-noy'),
Jean Baptiste, French biologist, 1836-1899. See: Carnoy fixative.
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The public education system grounds these aspirations by providing multilateral access to the fundamental tools that bolster advancement--technical skills, knowledge, and social and cultural capital (Althusser 1971; Carnoy and Levin 1985).
See MARTIN CARNOY & RICHARD ROTHSTEIN, ECONOMIC POLICY INSTITUTE, WHAT DO International Tests Really Show About U.
Recurrences can be seen (up to 25% of cases), especially in NBCCS patients or in patients managed with Carnoy solution, enucleation alone, or marsupialization.
He is to replace Lisa Carnoy, who will take up a position at US Trust.
Martin Carnoy & Derek Shearer, Economic Democracy: The Challenge of the 1980s 339-50 (1980).
Measurements were made on SEM images using Carnoy 2.
Supporting Chaozhu's latter neutral disposition of ICTs, Castells (1999) corroborated his argument by citing Carnoy (1999), who analyzed the statistical relationship between job creation and various indicators of information technology for Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries between 1987 and 1994 and demonstrated that "there is no relationship between technology (ICT) and employment (Castells, 1999: 02).
The Big Exit" is a novel from David Carnoy following confused Richie Forman, a man trying to put his life back together after a stay in prison.
Some nucleic acids are better preserved in alcoholic fixatives, such as Carnoy (American MasterTech, Lodi, California), UMFIX (Sakura Finetek USA, Inc, Torrance, California), or Hepes-glutamic acid buffer-mediated organic solvent protection effect (HOPE) fixative (DCS Innovative Diagnostik-Systeme Poppenbutteler Chaussee, Hamburg, Germany), while many messenger RNAs are degraded.
But Carnoy and Loeb (2002) and Greene and Winters (2004) found no major effects on retention rates.
Supernatant was removed and the cells were fixed by cold fresh Carnoy (3:1 methanol and glacial acetic acid).