Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Derived from or relating to plants of the genera Citrus and Aconitum.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to, derived from, or having certain characteristics of, citric and aconitic acids.
  • adjective (Chem.) a white, crystalline, deliquescent substance, C3H4(CO2H)2, obtained by distillation of citric acid. It is a compound of the ethylene series.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to citraconic acid or its derivatives

Etymologies

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From citric + aconitic

Examples

  • Bright field photomicrographs in high magnification of ENK fibers without citraconic anhydride solution in the caudate nucleus.

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  • This new method, which is based on the use of citraconic acid, has not been previously utilized in brain tissue although it has been employed in various other tissues such as tonsil, ovary, skin, lymph node, stomach, breast, colon, lung and thymus.

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  • High power view of some CB-ir neurons in the human mediodorsal thalamic nucleus without the employ of citraconic anhydride solution.

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  • This AR method, which utilizes a citraconic anhydride solution, has previously been shown to be superior to conventional AR methods in various tissues (Citrate buffer and Tris-HCL+5\% urea)

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  • This new method, which is based on the use of citraconic acid, has not been previously utilized in brain tissue although it has been employed in various other tissues such as tonsil, ovary, skin, lymph node, stomach, breast, colon, lung and thymus.

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  • High power view (10× and 20× magnification respectively) of TH-ir neurons in the substantia nigra employing the citraconic anhydride solution.

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  • Moreover, this new AR method provides some advantages, for instance the reliability, the possibility to establish as a universal AR method, and the possibility to process the slices in one batch have employed the citraconic anhydride in several tissues, as far as we know nobody has tested this AR method in human brain sections for immunohistochemical free-floating studies.

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  • In order to maintain the same conditions for all the slices used in the experiment, the tissue does not be immersed in the citraconic anhydride solution until the water bath reach the 95°C.

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  • In order to maintain the same conditions for all the slices used in the experiment, the tissue does not be immersed in the citraconic anhydride solution until the water bath reach the 95°C.

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  • High power view (10× and 20× magnification respectively) of TH-ir neurons in the substantia nigra employing the citraconic anhydride solution.

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