Electron Microscopy

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Electron Microscopy Ashima Agarwal Frances V. White I. INTRODUCTION. Transmission electron microscopy (EM) has been used by surgical pathologists over the past 50 years for the diagnosis of a wide…

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Microarrays

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Microarrays Mark Watson I. INTRODUCTION. Nucleic acid microarrays are an ordered arrangement of DNA molecules (probes or features) on a solid surface. A sample of DNA or RNA derived from…

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Cytogenetics

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Cytogenetics Shashikant Kulkarni Hussam Al-Kateb Catherine Cottrell I. INTRODUCTION. The three significant milestones in the history of clinical cytogenetics are the preparation of chromosome spreads from peripheral blood cultures (Exp…

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Flow Cytometry

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Flow Cytometry Friederike Kreisel I. BASIC PRINCIPLE. Flow cytometry simultaneously measures and analyzes multiple physical and/or chemical characteristics of single particles, usually cells, as they flow in a fluid stream…

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Immunofluorescence

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Immunofluorescence Anne C. Lind Joseph P. Gaut Rosa M. D├ívila I. INTRODUCTION. Immunofluorescence studies are used to support fixed tissue diagnoses and to provide additional diagnostic and prognostic information as…

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Immunohistochemistry

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Immunohistochemistry Peter A. Humphrey I. INTRODUCTION. Immunohistochemistry is one of the most powerful and widely used ancillary methods in surgical pathology. The technique makes it possible to simultaneously visualize cell…

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