General Theory for Tissue Staining
Although the specific characteristics of the tissue and the choice of staining procedure are the central issue in demonstrating histological features, the pretreatment and processing following staining also make important contributions to the final result. The reactivity of all relevant tissue components must be taken into consideration for each step of the process.
KeywordsPermeability Hydrate Phenol Mercury Hydroxyl
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