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cov·er glass

a thin glass disc or plate covering an object examined under the microscope.
Synonym(s): coverslip

coverslip

/cov·er·slip/ (-slip) coverglass.

coverslip

a very thin piece of glass used to cover a preparation on a microscope slide for microscopical examination.

coverslip

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To ensure cell viability was not compromised, we cultured ECs on gelatin-coated and SLIPS-treated glass coverslips.
The coverslips were mounted onto glass slide using 50% glycerinum.
fornicata, while the other 25 individuals were allowed to attach to glass coverslips, and then also sewn into individuals mesh bags.
After being washed with PBS, coverslips were incubated with 100 [micro]l of Click-iT reaction cocktail for 30 min.
Mix a large drop of honey with a drop of water on a microscope slide and apply a coverslip.
The cells were seeded in Petri dishes containing coverslips with stretched pieces of VMHE-f or VMHE-m at densities: for 3T3 cells [] [2.
The cells on the coverslips were rinsed, dehydrated, and mounted on a coverslip using the aqueous PVA-DABCO antifading mounting medium (Sigma-Aldrich).
When not in use, store the hemacytometer and coverslips in a container to help keep them free from dust and scratches.
1]) was placed on glass coverslips (22 x 22 mm) and incubated in a moist chamber.
These "micro-coverslips" were prepared by cutting plastic slide coverslips (from Fisher Scientific) into the appropriate sizes with a razor blade.
For investigation of fluorescence images (by use of confocal microscopy), cells were plated on glass coverslips and grown to 90% confluence, after which they were incubated with Ln[P0.