autoradiography


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producing a radiograph by means of the radiation emitted from the specimen being photographed

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We concluded that COX staining and in situ hybridization of Syt7 and Syt4 mRNAs autoradiography may be used as good markers for striatal and hippocampal injury induced by 3NPA.
Autoradiography images were scanned in a conventional scanner (600 dpi), relevant brain regions were outlined (Fig.
Sequential sections of tissue, adjacent to those used for autoradiography, were stained either for glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) and CD11b antigen (Ox42) or for GFAP and neuron-specific nuclear protein (NeuN).
b) TLC analysis (lanes 3, 4) and autoradiography (lanes 1, 2) of the lipid fraction of both groups.
Autoradiography was performed at time 1-T1 (first pair of cotyledonary leaves) and at time 2-T2 (first pair of true leaves) in the species that are shown in Figure 2.
40] Other studies using autoradiography techniques found no statistically significant differences in D1 receptor affinity at multiple sites in the mesolimbic and nigrostriatal regions between P and NP rats [41], between HAD and LAD rats [42] or between AA and ANA rats.
Future studies employing autoradiography are needed to confirm our results presented herein.
Autoradiography of the gel by exposure to X-ray film allows the radiolabeled terminated DNA molecules to be visualized as a readable "ladder" of the entire sequence (Figure 1, page 36).
Nuclear receptor sites for vitamin Dsoltriol in midbrain and hindbrain of Siberian hamster (Phodopus sungorus) assessed by autoradiography.
Autoradiography, in which an X-ray film is placed over the membrane for several days, resulting in exposure of the film at the point of the probe
2-Deoxy-D-Glucose (2-DG) Autoradiography in Ischemic Stroke.
The antibody-labeled protein bands were detected by autoradiography after enhanced chemiluminescense (Super Signal, Pierce, Rockford, IL).
Neocortical histogenesis in normal and reeler mice: a developmental study based upon T3H1 thymidine autoradiography.
Fragments of interest are localized on the membrane using radioactive or chemiluminescent probes, and detected via autoradiography.
Process of repair of articular cartilage demonstrated by histology and autoradiography with tritiated thymidine.