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cover slip

or cov·er·slip (kŭv′ər-slĭp′)
n.
A small thin piece of glass used to cover a specimen on a microscope slide. Also called cover glass.

coverslip

(ˈkʌvəˌslɪp)
n
(General Physics) a very thin piece of glass placed over a specimen on a glass slide that is to be examined under a microscope
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The system Wang designed uses six magnetic coils placed in different planes around a microscope coverslip seeded with live cancer cells.
Briefly, PDMS or the glass coverslip (Chemglass Life Sciences, Vineland, NJ) was exposed to oxygen plasma and then immersed in anhydrous ethanol (Sigma-Aldrich, St.
These analyses demonstrated fusiform morphology of adherent positive control 3T3 cells (exposed only to culture medium), with large numbers of elongated cells on the coverslip surface showing spindle shapes and cytoplasmic membrane processes (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
For SERS measurements, the chamber bottom coverslip was replaced by a SERS substrate, prepared according to the procedure previously described.
The OLED display within the phone is made on plastic and laminated to a Corning Gorilla Glass coverslip. If that cover glass were flexible, it would be an important step toward a device that itself could be flexible.
Juveniles were enclosed in a small mesh bag either on a solid coverslip (n = 5 individuals) or without such substrate (n = 5 individuals), as described for C.
[sup][15] Briefly, RT4 cells were seeded onto a 60-mm dish containing a coverslip. After treatment, cells were fixed with 4% paraformaldehyde in PBS followed by permeabilization with 0.25% Triton X-100.
1 1/2 glass coverslip with a thickness of [approximately equal to] 0.17 mm.
The unit offers an autoclavable stainless steel dish chamber with replaceable glass coverslip bottoms in both 20 and 25 mm diameter sizes.
Sterile 22 x 22 coverslip was placed in a 6-well culture plate and left there for five minutes.