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  • n. (immunology) Any of several staining techniques that are used to detect specific proteins.
  • n. (immunology) An application of any such technique.


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  • That technique, called immunostaining, can classify about two-thirds of tumors that would have been considered unknown primaries about 30 years ago, Dr. Weiss said.

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  • If you do, and I know you have done so, and my immunostaining works, I will acknowledge you in my "paper" if and when it ever goes through a slit and hits the phosphor screen. posted by Joolya at

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  • “We know that he was infected with listeria, because of the immunostaining we did.”

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  • For immunostaining, embryos were rehydrated in PBT and blocked in 3% BSA-PBT.

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  • Prior experience in techniques including cell culture, flow cytometric analysis, immunostaining and murine models is preferred.

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  • VEGF-A was detected in hemangioma specimens in the proliferating phase but not in the involuting phase and was shown by immunostaining to reside outside of vessels.

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  • Among these, 77. 1% (27/35) were defined as basal-like by immunostaining specific for the established surrogate markers cytokeratin (CK) 5/6 and/or EGFR.

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  • KLF6 immunostaining in islet cells (i, white arrowhead).

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  • Under normoxic conditions, the administration of vitamins C and E reduced the intensity of immunostaining of LC3 in comparison to the vehicle control (data not shown).

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  • There was, however, no significant difference in the intensity of M30 immunostaining between the two groups. (g, h, k, l) In contrast, more prominent and extensive immunostaining of M30 and annexin IV was noted in villous tissues treated with vitamins C and

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