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Synonyms for formalin

a 10% solution of formaldehyde in water


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Adult worms if found were collected, preserved in 10% formaline, properly labeled and brought to the department of Parasitology, UAF for taxonomic identification of the parasitic species using standard keys (Soulsby, 1982; Urquhart et al.
Formaline fixed specimens were brought from Mayo Hospital to the Histopathology Department of University of Health Sciences.
Identification of Leismania amastigotes and their antigens in formaline fixed.
Daelim submitted the lowest bid for the construction projects, which include production for toluene di-isocyanate (TDI), methylene di-para phenylene isocyanate (MDI), dinitrotoluene (DNT), mononitrobenzene (MNB), analine and formaline, sources said.
The extracted molars were kept in a Formaline 10% Buffered solution until the process of disinfection and storage, when the following steps were taken.
These samples were kept in buffered formaline and were processed with conventional methodology for paraffin inclusion and hematoxiline-eosine staining
Samples for histological examination were excised from the burned skin of each rat, fixed in buffered neutral formaline, and embedded in paraffin blocks.
The 5 mL of strained rumen fluid was added with 5 ml of 10% formaline to kill bacteria in a test tube and then 2 ml out of this was added with 8 ml of distilled water (10 times dilution).
During the operation the cover part compressing the nerves, arteries, and veins corresponding to the well known acupuncture points Li 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and Lu 5, 6 (upper quadrant) or Ki 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and Spleen/Pancreas 6 (quadrant below) was taken off and stored in 5% formaline for histology.
Clams were examined for parasites under a stereomicroscope immediately after collection or fixed in 10% formaline to be examined later.
testudinum shoots was counted, and the polychaetes were preserved in an 8 % formaline seawater solution.
Formaline was used to preserve the specimens and the groups were identified and counted after each sampling occurred.