cryotome

cryotome

(krī′ŏ-tōm″) [ cryo- + -tome]
A cold cutting tool for making very thin sections of tissues after they have been removed from the body and frozen for rapid microscopic analysis.

cryotome

rotary microtome in a frozen section environment.
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Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of cryotome for laboratory histopathologh and immunohistochemistry
Specimens for frozen section were frozen to -22 [degrees]C within 10 minutes in the Shandon Cryotome SME Cryostat (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
Para el corte histologico de los encefalos se utilizo el criostato de congelacion Thermo Shandon Cryotome.
The compact gross pathology room was equipped with a single Tissue-Tek VIP 5 tissue processor (Sakura, Torrance, California), a Cryotome cryostat (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Waltham, Massachusetts) for potential intraoperative frozen sections, and other standard histology equipment, including a water bath and microtome to prepare glass slides from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue (Figure 3).
Analyses were performed on 1-3 cm gastroduodenal segments, which were fixed in 10% (vol/vol) formalin, embedded in paraffin, and sectioned (6 [micro]m) using a Finesse microtome (Shandon Cryotome, Fisher Scientific, Waltham, MA).
For maturation stage identification, they were cut into 3-[micro]m sections at -30[degrees]C with a cryostat (Thermo Shandon Cryotome 0620) and stained with Lee's methylene blue-basic fuchsin for microscopic examination (Gauthier-Clerc et al.