The conventional techniques usually detect the end-product of lipid peroxidation, while the fluorescent staining
techniques can directly detect endogenous phospholipid and cholesterol with fluorescent probe (8).
Additional sections of five cords were submitted for DFA and IHC study because fluorescent staining
was considered questionable for infection.
Both control and treated cells were processed for fluorescent staining
for MT and MF visualization.
The student wanted to try applying a certain fluorescent staining
technique, which Wells originally developed for looking at the cells of human hair bulbs, to the hairs on plant stems.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its D3[R] Ultra(TM) 2009 H1N1 Influenza A Virus ID Kit, a monoclonal antibody fluorescent staining
kit for the specific identification of 2009 H1N1 influenza A in direct patient specimens or incubated tissue cultures.
After the supernatant containing unbound cells was removed, the enriched samples were processed for fluorescent staining
DNA fluorescent staining
was achieved by using Hoechst 33258 (Sigma) to identify contamination by mycoplasma (Guan et al.
Food and Drug Administration [FDA]-approved cell collection device); the Cocktail-CVX(TM) and Cocktail-GCI (assays used to identify the presence of abnormal cells in the cervical cytology sample through proteomics, a fluorescent staining
process); the Automated Imaging Proteomic System (AIPS) platform (a microscope workstation capable of high- throughput sample evaluation); and a Drug Delivery System ([DDS] to provide therapeutic treatment for cervical lesions at the point-of-care).