The sections were dewaxed
and rehydrated, an antigen retrieval procedure was performed to unmask antigens by treating the samples three times in a microwave oven at medium-high fire for 5 min each time in 10 mM citrate buffer, pH 6.
Adult injected with 50 ng expression vectors (pGL3-A4 or B4-JENS3) for 5 days, mosquitoes were fixed in 10% buffered formalin, paraffin-embedded, and 5-microm cut slices were dewaxed
in xylene, rehydrated through graded alcohol, and subjected to an endogenous peroxide blocking.
The tissue samples were fixed using 10% formaldehyde, dehydrated, embedded, sliced, dewaxed
and hydrated after being resected from human body.
Serial 5-um sections were obtained and these slides were baked over-night at 60[degrees]C, dewaxed
in xylene, and hydrated with distilled water through decreasing concentrations of alcohol.
After that, sections were floated into slide and left several hours to dry at 50[degrees]C, then dewaxed
and rehydrated in a graded series of ethanol solutions.
Contract notice: supply of standard household oil and dewaxed
type cold weather and off-road diesel for cold weather and diesel fuel for vehicles
First, sections were dewaxed
in xylene and rehydrated in descending ethanol concentrations.
Liver tissues were prepared as paraffin-embedded sections, dewaxed
in xylene, and dehydrated in ethanol.
Sections were baked at 60[degrees]C for 60 min in a dehydration oven, then dewaxed
in Bond Dewax solution, and rehydrated in Bond Wash solution (Leica Microsystems).
Sections were dewaxed
in xylene and treated with three changes of ethanol and alcohol then brought to water.
Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) staining was performed on paraffin slices of the femoral heads of rats as follows: the slices were dewaxed
in xylene, dehydrated in a gradient of ethyl alcohol, rinsed 3 times with distilled water, stained with hematoxylin, differentiated in 1% HCl ethanol for 30 s, washed with running tap water for 15 min, stained with eosin, washed with running tap water for 3 min, dehydrated again in a gradient of ethyl alcohol, vitrified in xylene, and finally mounted in resinene.
The chemical composition of the dewaxed
bamboo was as follows: 50.8% glucose, 22.9% xylose, 1.1% arabinose, 19.5% galactose, 17.0% Klason lignin, 2.5% acid-soluble lignin, and 2.5% ash.