Definition of Microtomy. Meaning of Microtomy. Synonyms of Microtomy

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Definition of Microtomy

Microtomy
Microtomy Mi*crot"o*my, n. The art of using the microtome; investigation carried on with the microtome.

Meaning of Microtomy from wikipedia

- diamond knives are used for slicing thin sections for electron microscopy. Microtomy is a method for the preparation of thin sections for materials such as...
- sample can be processed within a short time. Laser microdissection Laser microtomy: opening a new feasibility for tissue preparation[permanent dead link]...
- cutting thin sections for electron microscopy in a technique known as microtomy. Freshly cut blades are always used since the sharpness of the edge is...
- technique is suitable for qualitative analysis. The final method is to use microtomy to cut a thin (20–100 μm) film from a solid sample. This is one of the...
- processing. Bottom image shows which side of the slice that should be put to microtomy. Dashed lines here mean that either side could be used. The entire specimen...
- forceps on the tissue sample Tearing artifacts, such as can be caused by microtomy or traction of the sections. Formalin pigment artifacts Air bubble entrapment...
- PMC 1635295. PMID 17012274. Porter, K & Blum, J (1953). "A study in Microtomy for Electron Microscopy". The Anatomical Record. 117 (4): 685–710. doi:10...
- and NMR spectroscopy) or be a thin film cast from solvent or cut using microtomy from the solid product. Infra-red spectroscopy is especially useful for...
- 2008-09-07. Retrieved 2010-07-08. Porter, K; Blum, J (1953). "A study in Microtomy for Electron Microscopy". The Anatomical Record. 117 (4): 685–710. doi:10...
- raw digital material by Wolfgang Rauschning, a Swedish researcher in microtomy and microscopy who specialized in producing ultrathin tissue cross-sections...
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