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Immunology To positively stain cells or tissues by immunoperoxidase; when a cell or tissue has an antigen of interest—e.g., cytokeratin—it is said to be ‘decorated’ if it stains with monoclonal antibodies to cytokeratin The substrate for most immunohistochemical methods yields a red-brown color, and these techniques are thus generically known as ‘brown stains’
Vox populi
(1) To furnish or adorn with something ornamental; embellish
(2) To confer a particular honour on a person, especially military—e.g., a medal for bravery
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Patented Acrobot can decorate round and nonround parts up to 360[degrees].
Company's five standard semi-automatic screen-printer models decorate objects from vials, bottles and diskettes, to 5-gal pails and large control panels.
roller with the ability to decorate 360 [degrees] on cylindrical parts in one step.
roller with the ability to decorate 360 [degrees] on cylinder-shaped parts in one step.
Roll-on presses include a vertical roll-on press that can hold up to a 9-in.-long roller with the ability to decorate 360 degrees on cylinder-shaped parts in one step.