microdissection


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microdissection

 [mi″kro-dĭ-sek´shun]
dissection of tissue or cells under the microscope.

mi·cro·dis·sec·tion

(mī'krō-di-sek'shŭn),
Dissection of tissues under a microscope or magnifying glass, usually done by teasing the tissues apart by means of needles.

microdissection

/mi·cro·dis·sec·tion/ (-dĭ-sek´shun) dissection of tissue or cells under the microscope.

microdissection

The dissection of an organism or tissue by mechanically controlled instruments monitored by microscopy.

mi·cro·dis·sec·tion

(mī'krō-dī-sek'shŭn)
Dissection of tissues under a microscope or magnifying glass, usually done by teasing the tissues apart by means of needles.

microdissection

the dissection of very small structures, often carried out by the use of a micromanipulator, an instrument that significantly reduces hand tremors.

microdissection

dissection of tissue or cells under the microscope.
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unveiled an innovative cell and tissue acquisition instrument, Kuiqpick, which is significantly less expensive and easier for researchers to use in the lab than existing laser-assisted microdissection systems.
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