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immunofluorescent

immunofluorescent

having the characteristic of immunofluorescence.

immunofluorescent antibody test
see fluorescence microscopy.
immunofluorescent microscopy
see fluorescence microscopy.
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Expression of alveolar epithelial cell type markers determined by immunofluorescent staining.
d) In immunofluorescent examination of renal biopsy, granular immunoglobulin A and C3 depositions are observed in glomeruli (original magnification x200).
The objective of this immunofluorescent staining method was to distinguish spermatogonia, spermatocytes, spermatocytes in synapsis and spermatids during the spermatogenic cycle in the three species.
Meanwhile, p-CREB level of western blotting in the ipsilateral spinal dorsal cord of SNI rats was in accordance with that of immunofluorescent histochemical staining results (Fig.
These can be detected by enzyme immunoassay (EIA), immunofluorescent (IFA), or Western blot.
Clinical Histopathological and immunofluorescent findings of IgA nephropathy Iran.
Physicians have three options for testing for the other arboviruses: a commercially available immunofluorescent assay kit marketed by Focus Diagnostics; most state health departments will perform testing; and the CDC accepts specimens for testing at its Fort Collins laboratory
In all cases, scrub typhus was definitely diagnosed by Weil-Felix OX-K agglutination test and immunofluorescent antibody test.
3-9) The serological confirmation of epidemic typhus cases was conducted in all cases by state public health department and/or CDC laboratories using a variety of immunological tests on acute and convalescent phase serum samples, including Weil-Felix Proteus OX-19 agglutination (an outmoded test only used in the earliest series and confirmed by indirect immunofluorescent and toxin neutralization tests), complement fixation, toxin neutralization, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), indirect immunofluorescent antibody assay, and indirect immunoperoxidase antibody assay.
Money raised will go towards a variety of equipment for the neurosurgical theatre, including: * An operating microscope with specialist immunofluorescent filters which will allow more radical removal of brain tumours; * Highly specialised ultrasound scanning equipment which can be used to identify the position and extent of tumours during surgery; * An image-guided neuronavigation system which allows 3D modelling of tumours before surgery so that the operations can be performed with greater precision; * Specialist endoscopic equipment which allows keyhole surgery for treatment of tumours.
We carried out this study to document the distinct histopathological features and direct immunofluorescent findings in the lesions of chronic discoid lupus erythematosus (CDLE).
The only possible exception might be a patient with celiac symptoms who already has biopsy-proven dermatitis herpetiformis, with the classic immunofluorescent deposits at the dermal-epidermal junction.