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slide

 [slīd]
a piece of glass or other transparent substance on which material is placed for examination under the microscope.

slide

(slīd),
A rectangular glass plate on which an object to be examined under the microscope is placed.

slide

(slīd)
A rectangular glass plate on which is placed an object to be examined under the microscope.
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Our original validation study had the advantages of a large sample size and a control set of cases rereviewed using microscope slides, but was focused on validating WSI for primary diagnosis of routine cases.
Several commercially available microscope slides were compared to slides that displayed hydrophilic characteristics.
Processing sputum samples slows the process somewhat, however, and that is the reason the rats' ability to detect TB in sputum fixed on microscope slides was evaluated in the present study.
Finding prepared microscope slides described as "folk art" sharply conflicted with my sense of the correct order of disciplines--particularly for items that I would reverently classify as the tools of scientists.
Dickson and colleagues studied the moss remains from the intestines of the Iceman on microscope slides, to find out more about his lifestyle and events during the last few days of his life.
We used gold PAMAM dendrimer microscope slides with amino or carboxyl coating.
The D6800 features a 220X zoom (powerful enough for microscope slides) and a backlight to show old transparencies or even negatives in full color.
Since virtual microcopy servers may come equipped with a set of instructional digital slides, it is a cost-effective way of distributing a standard set of microscope slides to students.
"This intellectual property asset can be leveraged by Nanogen for potential product development or by other innovators who, for example, are creating optical waveguides using DNA chips and microscope slides for molecular analysis."
Aperio is dedicated to developing tools for viewing, annotating, storing and analyzing scanned microscope slides, and to establishing its ScanScope as the industry-standard slide-scanning platform.
Visitors will be able to see evidence from many of the murder cases he worked on - microscope slides of human hair and skin, including tissue from Dr Crippen's wife, Cora, feature alongside a post-mortem kit from the 1930s.
To be valid, all of the following steps must be completed: a name must be published in a scientific journal, the name must be a binary Latin name, the organism must be described in Latin, the rank of the organism must be indicated, and the new species must be called by the term "typus or holotypus," and the specimen or microscope slides must be placed in a public holding (details are available from: URL: http:// www.bgbm.fu-berlin.de/iapt/nomenclature/code/SaintLouis/0000St.Luistitle.htm).