decalcifying


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de·cal·ci·fy·ing

(dē-kal'si-fī'ing),
Denoting an agent, measure, or process that causes decalcification.

de·cal·ci·fy·ing

(dē-kal'si-fī-ing)
Denoting an agent, measure, or process that causes decalcification.

de·cal·ci·fy·ing

(dē-kal'si-fī-ing)
Denoting an agent, measure, or process that causes decalcification.
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Effect of GA and decalcifying agents on acid phosphomonoester hydrolase activity in the enamel organ of the rat incisor: A biochemical study comparing enamel organ with liver.
But to claim that seriality counteracts Johnson's intentions of decalcifying readers' perceptions is not to argue that he uses the motif unwittingly.
In order to find the most suitable decalcifying agent, we evaluated four different decalcifying solutions for the whole femurs of adult rats by evaluating the time of decalcification, ease of tissue slicing, morphological preservation with HE staining, and the preservation of antigenicity for bone proteins such as IGF-1 using immunohistochemical (IHC) staining.
Araldite-embedded constructs were decalcified (decalcifying solution, Thermo Scientific) for 24 h, after which they were refilled with araldite and cut into semithin (0.5 [micro]m) and thin sections (70 nm) with a Leica EM UC6 microtome.
Decalcifying effect of 15% EDTA, 15% citric acid, 5% phosphoric acid and 2.5% sodium hypochlorite on root canal dentine.
Ponder this chemically compromised statement: "I'm very committed to depoliticizing the entire procurement process," Scheer opined, which is of course akin to committing to dehumidifying the oceans, or decalcifying your fibula, even dealcoholizing a mug of beer!
(1) Reversal of order of steps for making microscopic tooth section: we made tooth section first instead of decalcifying it before it is sectioned which was routinely practiced previously by the researchers.
After fixation, samples were placed into decalcifying solution that is 5% Nitric acid for 18-24 hrs14.
The main task consists in decalcifying (the non-asbestos / non fcr elements) and in the dismantling (asbestos and rcf) all the electromechanical elements present in the sna room, including pipes, cable trays and 3 large steel tanks.
Repairs include opening narrowed or tight valves caused by thickened leaflets; inserting a supportive device that surrounds a leaky valve; reshaping a valve's leaflet; decalcifying leaflets; repairing the structural support of a valve; or repairing any tears or holes in leaflets.
* Decalcifying agents: Figure out a way to get your agents out of their chairs every day.