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(cytology) the capacity of cells or cell parts to stain specifically with certain dyes

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According to the results of the study, the null hypotheses that staining solutions and polishing techniques are not correlated with the stainability and surface roughness of CAD-CAM ceramics were rejected.
Johnston, "Color stainability of CAD/CAM and nanocomposite resin materials," Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
Moreover, Ro displays stronger eosinophilic stainability than Lavo in the hematoxylin-0.5% eosin stain, along with approximately 30% greater thickness of outer jelly membrane (Ju & Lee 2016).
The SCSA[R] assay measures sperm DNA damage, which is then quantified as the percentage of separated or damaged DNA (DNA fragmentation index; DFI) and the percentage of highly immature sperm nuclei with abnormal proteins (high stainability) (Evenson 2013).
(2004) 'A Perspective on Environmental Sustainability',$file/A+Perspective+on+environmental+su stainability.pdf (Accessed 4 December 2009).
Erythrocyte life span, osmotic resistance, ability to change size, shape, stainability and occurrence of intraerythrocyte aposomes are used to evaluate the effects of activity of reactive oxygen species to erythrocytes [65,66].
Pollen fertility was estimated through stainability tests using glycerol-acetocarmine (1: 1) mixture and aniline blue (1%).
Pollen fertility was estimated through stainability tests by smearing mature anthers from different flowers in glycerol-acetocarmine mixture (1:1) and aniline blue dye (1%).
In the noncontact culture condition, [beta]-TCP micron particles did not affect stainability with alizarin red (Figure 4(a)).
Effects of different drinks on stainability of resin composite provisional restorative materials.
Chromosome numbers and pollen stainability of three species of Pacific Island Breadfruit (Artocarpus, Moraceae).
Thus, sperm chromatin damage can be quantified by flow cytometric (FCM) measurements of the metachromatic shift from green (native, double-stranded DNA) to red (denatured, single-stranded DNA) fluorescence and displayed as red (fragmented DNA) versus green (DNA stainability) fluorescence intensity cytogram patterns.