decalcify

(redirected from decalcifier)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Antonyms for decalcify

lose calcium or calcium compounds

Related Words

remove calcium or lime from

References in periodicals archive ?
Each fragment was immersed in hydrochloric acid with polyvinylpyrrolidone (Shandon, TBD -1, Rapid Decalcifier, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Sectioning supplies Wax cups marked in 2 oz Increments Tongue depressors Strips of paper - 1 cm wide (to label blocks) Dried, cleaned vertebrae Silicone molds Polyester resin Forceps Probe Paper towels Scalpel Scissors Precision saw with diamond blade Dissecting microscope Ruler Calipers Staining supplies Histology tissue cassettes Large beakers Graduated cylinders Containers to store reagents Funnel Glass slides Cover slips Slide boxes Hot plate Orbital shaker or stir plate with bars Stopwatch Small and large forceps Scalpels Flammable chemical disposal contamer Olssectlng microscope PlastiC tub Trays Paper towels Distilled water Modified Hams hematoxylin Gelatin Glycerol Listerine Hydrochloric acid (12 M) Ethanol (100%) RDO Rapid Decalcifier
Deep body brushing was the prescribed solution and a decalcifier was rubbed over my thighs.
As a side effect, it also works as a decalcifier on your water.
Tissue samples were fixed in 10% buffered formalin, followed by decalcification with Cal-Ex Decalcifier solution (Fisher Scientific, Waltham, MA, USA) for 3 days.
Los especimenes fueron introducidos en frascos individuales, debidamente rotulados, para ser decalcificados con acido clorhidrico (Shandon, TBD-1, Rapid Decalcifier, Thermo Scientific), segun instrucciones del fabricante, durante periodos que oscilaron entre 2 y 16 horas.
Effect of bone decalcification procedures on DNA in situ hybridization and comparative genomic hybridization: EDTA is highly preferable to a routinely used acid decalcifier.
Processing was accomplished by fixing the whole specimen in 4% formaldehyde for 72 hours and then placing it in a slow-acting decalcifier (EDTA) until optimal demineralization was obtained.