linear staining

linear staining

the use of fluorescein-labeled goat or rabbit antiimmunoglobulins to produce smooth-staining patterns for study by immunofluorescence microscopy.
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C and D, Tumor showing moderate membrane staining at low power (C,310 objective lens) with confirmed intercellular linear staining at higher magnification (D, 320 objective lens).
Immunofluorescence revealed prominent linear staining of both the alveolar and glomerular basement membranes for IgG and complement C3, reported Dr.
The modular design system of Bannockburn, IL-based Leica's ST 4040 high throughput linear staining system allows multiple instrument configurations to match the unique specimen volume and workflow of histology and cytology labs.
Typical immunofluorescence findings include linear staining of GBMs and tubular basement membranes (TBMs) with reactivity toward IgG, although staining with IgM, complement C1q, fibrinogen, and albumin has also been reported.
Immunofluorescence findings include nonspecific linear staining of GBMs and TBMs with anti-IgG and anti-albumin, and focal and segmental staining with anti-IgM and anti-C3 in areas of sclerosis devoid of immune deposits.
The modular design system of Leica's ST 4040 High Throughput Linear Staining system allows multiple instrument configurations to match the unique specimen volume and workflow of histology and cytology labs.
3,8) It is described as a peripheral linear staining of the tumor clusters due to alteration of cell polarity.
The second experiment was designed to assess contaminants in the staining solutions of the traditional dip and dunk linear staining setup.
Number and Type of Contaminants Picked Up on Blank Charged Slides Sent Through the Linear Staining Setup at Various Time Points No.
5](IV) with diffuse, linear staining of the GBM and the basement membrane of Bowman capsule, and focal linear tubular basement membrane staining, representing staining of the distal tubular basement membrane.
Immunofluorescence with antibodies against [Alpha]1(IV), [Alpha]3(IV), [Alpha]4(IV), and [Alpha]5(IV) (Table 3) showed diffuse and strong linear staining along GBM in 7 patients (Figure 2); this pattern was similar to that seen in positive controls (Figure 2).
The immunofluorescence microscopy of anti-GBM crescentic GN is characteristic and shows the presence of diffuse global linear staining of glomerular basement membrane for IgG and is accompanied by linear to granular staining for C3.