osmic acid


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osmic acid

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The sections of the spinal cord stained with osmic acid revealed darkly stained intact myelin sheaths reflecting normal myelination of nerve fibers in the control and sham groups (Fig.9A,B).
The small tissue blocks fixed in 3% glutaraldehyde were transferred to 1% osmic acid solution for re-fixation.
Two percent glutaraldehyde and 1% osmic acid were added for fixation, and the plate was then embedded in epoxy resin 618, subjected to double staining with uranium and lead, and observed under a transmission electronic microscopy (Philips, CM10, 100 KV, Netherland) for the evaluation of ultrastructural changes.