xylol


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xy·lol

 (zī′lôl′, -lōl′)
n.
Variant of xylene.

xylol

(ˈzaɪlɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name (not in technical usage) for xylene
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Noun1.xylol - a colorless flammable volatile liquid hydrocarbon used as a solvent
dissolvent, dissolver, dissolving agent, resolvent, solvent - a liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances; "the solvent does not change its state in forming a solution"
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Cytospin preparations were dehydrated (2x1 min 70% ethanol, 2x1 min 96% ethanol, 2x 1 min 100% ethanol, 2x 5 min xylol, 1x2 min xylol) and embedded using Entellan (Merck KGaA).
Histological studies: The left ovaries of 3 groups (8 in each) were fixed in 10% buffered formalin solution, dehydrated with ethanol, cleared with xylol, impregnated, and embedded in paraffin.
After fixation, the tissues were dehydrated using alcohol, made transparent in xylol, and after preparation of paraffin blocks, the fragments with 6[micro] in diameter were prepared and studied using an optical microscope after staining with hematoxylin-eosin.
After 6 baths of ethanol (from 70-100%) and 1 of xylol, the tissues were embedded with paraffin.
0 [micro]m thick) were mounted on slides, deparaffinized in xylol, and rehydrated in a descending ethanol series for immunostaining.
Name Manufacturer Type Processing solvent Armorseal[R] Sherwin Epoxy MEK/xylene/ethanol 1000 HS clear Williams[R] CARC Clear Spectrum Aliphatic Water MIL-DTL-64159 Ty Coalings polyurethane II CPI (LaRC-CPl) NeXolve[R] Polyimide Diglyme [R] Desolhane[R] HS PRC-DeSoto Urethane Methyl ethyl CA8201/F Clear ketone Irogran[R] Huntsman Thermoplastic Tetrahydrofuran PS455-302P polyurethane (IRO) Pol ycrylic[R] Minwax[R] Acrylic/urethane Water Sylgard 184 Dow Silicone Xylol Coming[R]
0 g) was removed from each gonad, dehydrated in ethanol, cleared in xylol, and embedded in paraffin.
Peripheral, primary care laboratories would inevitably experience logistical problems relating to the continued and reliable provision of reagents, such as alcohol, xylol, formalin, and saline, as well as regular maintenance of special equipment.
Tongues were fixed in 10% formalin for paraffin section and dehydrated through 70, 80, 2 x 95, and 3 x 100% alcohol solutions, and further processed through 2 x 100% xylol and 2 x paraffin wax (60-120 min per step) using a Shandon Gitadel 1,000 Automatic Tissue Processor (Shandon, Manchester, UK).