cresyl


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cresyl

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Frozen sections of postfixed brains were stained with cresyl violet and they were analyzed as previously described [5, 15].
A brilliant cresyl blue (BCB) staining test can show different intracellular activity of G6PDH in oocytes because the G6PDH enzyme converts BCB from blue to a colorless state.
Cresyl violet staining was used to demonstrate the nissl substance in the neurons and cell nuclei and was used, in this case, to identify neurons.
Frozen serial transverse sections (50 micron) of the brain were cut and stained with cresyl violet 1%.
Supplementation with cysteamine during maturation and embryo culture on embryo development of prepubertal goat oocytes selected by the brilliant cresyl blue test.
Frozen sections were cut at a thickness of 8 [micro]m and stained with cresyl violet, and tumor cells were isolated with PALM Zeiss laser-capture microdissection (Zeiss, Germany).
The tissues were stained with cresyl violet and were examined by light microscopy by an observer unfamiliar with the behavioral data.
The sections were stained with hematoxylin-eosin and cresyl violet with luxol fast blue and subjected to routine neuropathological examination.
Sections were stained with safranin, cresyl violet (D'Ambrogio de Argueso 1986) or safranin-astral blue (Bruno et al.
Thus, a slightly more polar plasticizer should be chosen for a higher ACN HNBR (for example, cresyl diphenyl phosphate DPK plasticizer) which takes into account the increase in the solubility parameter of the base polymer.