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Antonyms for decalcify

lose calcium or calcium compounds

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remove calcium or lime from

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To compare methods for decalcifying teeth (Hot air oven vs Routine)
They were subsequently decalcified overnight using a sodium-citrate-EDTA decalcifying solution (Luna, 1968), cut in half with a razor blade, dehydrated, cleared, and infiltrated with paraffin wax.
Conclusions: Decalcifying human heart valves in vitro conditions with citric acid without an adverse change to the morphology of the valvular tissue specimens is meaningful.
The section was then fixed in formalin overnight, rinsed with tap water and decalcified in a decalcifying acid mixture.
Water filters and cleaning and decalcifying aids are the few accessory items you should stock.
Its stainless-steel-lined heating system avoids contact with aluminum and reduces the need for decalcifying.
This process entails removing a front tooth, decalcifying the tooth, cutting it in half, slicing it, dying it, and counting the rings, or almuli, under a microscope.
This section was fixed in 10% formalin then decalcified by using a commercial decalcifying agent (RDO, Apex Engineering Products Corporation, Calvert City, Kentucky).
Multiple types of calcified tissue have created problems for morphological studies due to the length of traditional protocols and the typical acidic environments of decalcifying solutions.
This heating system eliminates any contact with aluminum, reduces decalcifying and brews up to 50% more quietly than most coffee makers.
But to claim that seriality counteracts Johnson's intentions of decalcifying readers' perceptions is not to argue that he uses the motif unwittingly.
Managers of the histology section, about to buy a decalcifying solution, reviewed the cost of reagents and changed vendors.
Maniscalco will give a detailed description of the recently released video of decalcifying Calcifying Nanoparticles (CNPs) as well as the status of all of our research initiatives.
Reference laboratories have no control over the preanalytic processing of specimens, such as the use of decalcifying solutions that degrade nucleic acids or the amount of time in formalin fixative, which cross-links, modifies, and breaks nucleic acid strands, often adversely affecting DNA amplification.
The decalcifying efficacy of these acids and chelating agents depends on the root length, duration of application time, diffusion in the dentin and the pH of the solution.