Research Article| Volume 20, ISSUE 9, P964-968, June 1935

The use of proteins for embedding small tissues for sectioning by the freezing method

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      A simple method is described in which emulsoid proteins are used for blocking routine surgical bits of tissue.
      Special consideration is given to freezing and routine staining technics.
      The principle of dialysis is utilized and the reasons for its use are given.
      Cellophane is used for the first time so far as we can determine. It simplifies the application of dialysis.
      The use of laked whole oxalated blood is used for the first time so far as we can determine.
      The possibility of studying leucocytes and bone marrow cells in the blood and in their spherical shapes is suggested.
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