Biomedical applications: Pitfalls in the practice

Published

Journal Article

Most medical microprobe analysis is conducted on insoluble particulates such as asbestos fibers in lung tissue. It is necessary to flash-freeze in order to preserve the integrity of electrolyte distributions at the subcellular and cellular level. It is also important during a microprobe study to utilize several different controls. These controls help to exclude the possibility of a spurious contaminant present in that particular run of embedding medium or fixative.

Duke Authors

Cited Authors

  • Shelburne, JD; Ingram, P; Roggli, VL; LeFurgey, A

Published Date

  • December 1, 1994

Published In

  • Proceedings Annual Meeting, Microscopy Society of America

Start / End Page

  • 378 - 379

Citation Source

  • Scopus