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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The study of three-dimensional properties of objects or matter usually observed two-dimensionally.

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  • noun Any technique used to obtain three-dimensional information from two-dimensional images

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Examples

  • Top and bottom insets show corresponding H&E-stained views of lung sections with superimposed stereology disectors.

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  • HPLC, stereology, confocal imaging, immunohistochemistry/immunocytochemistry, and other standard molecular biology methods such as Western blotting and RT -

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  • Figure 3: Protein analysis, morphometry and stereology of regenerated lung constructs.

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  • In addition to behavioral expertise, more desirable applicants will have experience with some of the following techniques: stereotactic surgery, histology, immunohistochemistry, and unbiased stereology.

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  • In addition to behavioral expertise, more desirable applicants will have experience with some of the following techniques: stereotactic surgery, histology, immunohistochemistry, and unbiased stereology.

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  • Gundersen HJ, Jensen EB (1987) The efficiency of systematic sampling in stereology and its prediction.

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  • Recent emphasis in stereology is concerned with sampling strategies to avoid bias due to directionality and non-uniformity, and these methods are fully covered.

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  • To investigate the possibility that cells transplanted at 9dpi affected the ongoing evolution of the injury epicenter, estimated lesion volume was assessed using unbiased stereology.

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  • Recent emphasis in stereology is concerned with sampling strategies to avoid bias due to directionality and non-uniformity, and these methods are fully covered.

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  • Recent emphasis in stereology is concerned with sampling strategies to avoid bias due to directionality and non-uniformity, and these methods are fully covered.

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