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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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This finding is also supported by the immunofluorescent staining of ovarian oocytes using antiegg jelly and antivitelline envelope, confirming that egg jelly and vitelline envelope materials are present only in late-stage oocytes (Oc4, Oc5) and lacking in earlier stages.
elegans using immunofluorescent staining techniques that involve fixation, which kills the animals, or indirectly in live animals using reporter constructs of proteins that are in close proximity to the basement membrane.
Immunofluorescent staining and Western blot analysis revealed that the continuous delivery of leupeptin directly into the inner ear significantly reduced the amount of hearing loss experienced by chinchillas who had been exposed to noise.
They also developed immunofluorescent microscopy to detect the oocysts and DNA analysis to characterize and type the oocysts.
This investigation used immunofluorescent techniques to examine the formation and function of NC in HeLa cells, a human cervical cancer cell line.
In addition, cryosectioning and indirect immunofluorescent techniques will be used to determine muscarinic (M3) receptor subtype specificity in the embryonic chick pancreas.
At times, biopsies of the skin or kidney using immunofluorescent staining techniques can support a diagnosis of SLE (see Chapter 3, Laboratory Tests Used to Diagnose and Evaluate SLE, for further information).
We hope to develop a palette of species-specific immunofluorescent probes that will paint the various species different colors in MASZP samples.
Immunofluorescent staining for F4/80 in the CNV model and CXCR4 in the RNV model showed that intraocular injection of rhPTX-2 consistently reduced the number of monocytes/macrophages in the retina in both models compared to control.
For example, application-based market segments include enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), western blotting (WB), immunohistochemistry (IHC), immunofluorescent staining (IF) and flow cytometry (FC); antibody function-based market segments include primary antibodies and secondary antibodies; antibody clonality-based market segments include polyclonal antibodies and monoclonal antibodies, including oligoclonal antibodies; customer type-based market segments include universities/academic institutions, pharmaceutical/biotech companies and other types of customers such as governmental research labs and CROs; geography-based market segments include the U.
55) by using recombinant immunofluorescent and microneutralization assays (1).