from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The branch of science that deals with the chemical composition of the cells and tissues of the body.
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- n. The branch of histology dealing with the chemistry of cells and tissues.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That branch of chemistry which treats of the chemical ingredients and constitution of the structural elements or tissues of the animal body, as well as of their decomposition products.
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Biopsy specimens including histochemistry and immunofluorescence of tissues
This finding is credited as the first example of enzyme histochemistry.
You should see what they can do with mixed disciplines -- scholia like histochemistry, immunodynamics, biophysics, terataxonomy, osmotic genetics, electrolimnology, and half a hundred more.
These characteristics are currently monitored using methods such as electron microscopy, histochemistry or colorimetric metabolic assays that, because of their need for processing, are destructive in nature and, therefore, incompatible with the continued experimental use of the sample.
The chemistry and histochemistry of dentin lipids.
J.E.M. and A.S. - K. assisted with histochemistry and microscopy.
The first approach we used to look for the antibodies that bind to midge saliva proteins, was a technique called immuno-histochemistry.
Using immuno-histochemistry or in situ hybridization, i.e. analytical methods that palliate kidney heterogeneity, authors reported increased expression of putative markers in several kidney pathologies
· chemistry and histochemistry of the acidulation and drying processes to improve the efficiency of these steps;
The theme of conference is 'Diagnostic Pathology' and an International Symposium on 'Philosophy of Disease Diagnosis Thru Morphological to Bimolecular Approaches' and a Satellite Seminar on 'Advanced Descriptive Techniques - Ultra structure, Cytology and Immuno-histochemistry'.