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    Millipore spurr low viscosity embedding kit
    Spurr Low Viscosity Embedding Kit, supplied by Millipore, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 97/100, based on 39 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Ted Pella spurr s resin
    Spurr S Resin, supplied by Ted Pella, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 215 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Polysciences inc spurr s resin
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    TAAB Laboratories spurr resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr Resin, supplied by TAAB Laboratories, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 143 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Agar Scientific spurr resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr Resin, supplied by Agar Scientific, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 136 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Ted Pella spurr resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr Resin, supplied by Ted Pella, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 104 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Polysciences inc spurr resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr Resin, supplied by Polysciences inc, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 126 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    PolyScience spurr resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr Resin, supplied by PolyScience, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 12 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Agar Scientific spurr s resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr S Resin, supplied by Agar Scientific, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 62 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    TAAB Laboratories spurr s resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr S Resin, supplied by TAAB Laboratories, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 47 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    SPI Supplies spurr s resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr S Resin, supplied by SPI Supplies, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 41 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Polysciences inc spurr low viscosity embedding kit
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr Low Viscosity Embedding Kit, supplied by Polysciences inc, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 74 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Ted Pella spurr s epoxy resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
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    TAAB Laboratories spurr embedding kit
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
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    NISSHIN spurr s resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr S Resin, supplied by NISSHIN, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 38 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Polysciences inc spurr s low viscosity resin
    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing <t>cuprolinic</t> blue and embedded in <t>spurr</t> resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.
    Spurr S Low Viscosity Resin, supplied by Polysciences inc, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 28 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Ladd Research Industries spurr s epoxy resin
    Fine histological features of chronic alcohol-induced liver disease and the effects of PPAR agonist treatments. Liver tissue from adult male rats that were chronically fed with (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol-containing liquid diets, and treated with (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist was embedded in <t>Spurr’s</t> epoxy resin. 1 μm thick sections were stained with Toluidine blue. Note uniform cytoplasm with minimal lipid droplets in (A–D) control and (G) ethanol+PPAR-δ agonist treated livers, and (E,F,H) prominent lipid droplets (greenish-gray, insets) and (E) mega-mitochondria (coarse cytoplasmic granularity) in ethanol-exposed livers. Original magnifications-400x; insets-1200x.
    Spurr S Epoxy Resin, supplied by Ladd Research Industries, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 89/100, based on 42 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Polysciences inc spurr s epoxy resin
    Fine histological features of chronic alcohol-induced liver disease and the effects of PPAR agonist treatments. Liver tissue from adult male rats that were chronically fed with (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol-containing liquid diets, and treated with (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist was embedded in <t>Spurr’s</t> epoxy resin. 1 μm thick sections were stained with Toluidine blue. Note uniform cytoplasm with minimal lipid droplets in (A–D) control and (G) ethanol+PPAR-δ agonist treated livers, and (E,F,H) prominent lipid droplets (greenish-gray, insets) and (E) mega-mitochondria (coarse cytoplasmic granularity) in ethanol-exposed livers. Original magnifications-400x; insets-1200x.
    Spurr S Epoxy Resin, supplied by Polysciences inc, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 89/100, based on 29 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Electron Microscopy Sciences Inc spurr s resin
    Fine histological features of chronic alcohol-induced liver disease and the effects of PPAR agonist treatments. Liver tissue from adult male rats that were chronically fed with (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol-containing liquid diets, and treated with (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist was embedded in <t>Spurr’s</t> epoxy resin. 1 μm thick sections were stained with Toluidine blue. Note uniform cytoplasm with minimal lipid droplets in (A–D) control and (G) ethanol+PPAR-δ agonist treated livers, and (E,F,H) prominent lipid droplets (greenish-gray, insets) and (E) mega-mitochondria (coarse cytoplasmic granularity) in ethanol-exposed livers. Original magnifications-400x; insets-1200x.
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    Ted Pella low viscosity spurr kit
    Fine histological features of chronic alcohol-induced liver disease and the effects of PPAR agonist treatments. Liver tissue from adult male rats that were chronically fed with (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol-containing liquid diets, and treated with (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist was embedded in <t>Spurr’s</t> epoxy resin. 1 μm thick sections were stained with Toluidine blue. Note uniform cytoplasm with minimal lipid droplets in (A–D) control and (G) ethanol+PPAR-δ agonist treated livers, and (E,F,H) prominent lipid droplets (greenish-gray, insets) and (E) mega-mitochondria (coarse cytoplasmic granularity) in ethanol-exposed livers. Original magnifications-400x; insets-1200x.
    Low Viscosity Spurr Kit, supplied by Ted Pella, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 85/100, based on 32 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    TAAB Laboratories acetone spurr s resin
    Ultrastructure and cuticular layers of eucalypt, poplar, and pear cuticles embedded in <t>Spurr's</t> (a, c, and e) and LR-White resin (b, d, and f). EW: epicuticular waxes, CP: cuticle proper, CL: cuticular layer, ECL: external cuticular layer, and ICL: internal cuticular layer. Bars: 200 nm.
    Acetone Spurr S Resin, supplied by TAAB Laboratories, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 86/100, based on 27 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    EM Science Inc epon spurr
    Ultrastructure and cuticular layers of eucalypt, poplar, and pear cuticles embedded in <t>Spurr's</t> (a, c, and e) and LR-White resin (b, d, and f). EW: epicuticular waxes, CP: cuticle proper, CL: cuticular layer, ECL: external cuticular layer, and ICL: internal cuticular layer. Bars: 200 nm.
    Epon Spurr, supplied by EM Science Inc, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 85/100, based on 3 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Agar Scientific spurr epoxy resin
    Ultrastructure and cuticular layers of eucalypt, poplar, and pear cuticles embedded in <t>Spurr's</t> (a, c, and e) and LR-White resin (b, d, and f). EW: epicuticular waxes, CP: cuticle proper, CL: cuticular layer, ECL: external cuticular layer, and ICL: internal cuticular layer. Bars: 200 nm.
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    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.

    Journal: Molecular Vision

    Article Title: Structure of corneal layers, collagen fibrils, and proteoglycans of tree shrew cornea

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    Figure Lengend Snippet: Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : Basal epithelial cells are columnar and contain large nuclei. B : Prominent cytoplasmic filaments in basal epithelial cells. C : Basal epithelial cells attached by hemidesmosomes to a basement membrane followed by a Bowman’s layer consisting of dense, randomly arranged collagen fibrils. D : Non linear, random distribution of collagen fibrils (curved arrowhead) present in the anterior stroma just below the Bowman's layer. Some of the collagen run across the longitudinally-running collagen fibrils (arrowhead). E : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the tree shrew. F : Lamellae are interlacing (arrowhead) in the anterior stroma of the normal human cornea. B=Bowman’s layer, BM=Basement membrane, CF=Collagen fibrils, E=Epithelium, H=Hemidesmosomes, and MF=Cytoplasmic filaments.

    Article Snippet: Please note there is a difference in the percentage of the BW layer thickness (3.2%) of human cornea fixed in osmium plus embedded in TAAB epoxy [ ] and the BW layer thickness (1.9%) of the human cornea fixed in cuprolinic blue plus spurr resin in our studies.

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    Electron micrograph of tree shrew cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : In the middle stroma, parallel running lamellae containing a keratocyte. B and C : Lamella containing orderly, packed collagen fibrils and proteoglycans. D : In cross-section, collagen fibrils exhibiting tiny particles, some of which are of high electron density. E : Pre-Descemet's stroma containing very fine fibrils and large PGs around the collagen fibrils. Fibrillar structures are present throughout the Descemet's membrane. F : Part of the posterior cornea, showing a banded Descemet's membrane and an endothelium containing a nucleus; also a prominent endoplasmic reticulum. CF=Collagen fibrils, DM=Descemet's membrane, EN=endothelium, F=Fine fibril, G=tiny particles, KR=Keratocytes, L=Lamella, PG=Proteoglycan, and S=Stroma.

    Journal: Molecular Vision

    Article Title: Structure of corneal layers, collagen fibrils, and proteoglycans of tree shrew cornea

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    Figure Lengend Snippet: Electron micrograph of tree shrew cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : In the middle stroma, parallel running lamellae containing a keratocyte. B and C : Lamella containing orderly, packed collagen fibrils and proteoglycans. D : In cross-section, collagen fibrils exhibiting tiny particles, some of which are of high electron density. E : Pre-Descemet's stroma containing very fine fibrils and large PGs around the collagen fibrils. Fibrillar structures are present throughout the Descemet's membrane. F : Part of the posterior cornea, showing a banded Descemet's membrane and an endothelium containing a nucleus; also a prominent endoplasmic reticulum. CF=Collagen fibrils, DM=Descemet's membrane, EN=endothelium, F=Fine fibril, G=tiny particles, KR=Keratocytes, L=Lamella, PG=Proteoglycan, and S=Stroma.

    Article Snippet: Please note there is a difference in the percentage of the BW layer thickness (3.2%) of human cornea fixed in osmium plus embedded in TAAB epoxy [ ] and the BW layer thickness (1.9%) of the human cornea fixed in cuprolinic blue plus spurr resin in our studies.

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    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehhyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : Electron micrograph of collagen fibrils of tree shrew cornea. B : Digital image obtained after processing the image shown in A . C : Electron micrograph of collagen fibrils of human cornea. D : Digital image obtained after processing the image shown in C . The images were displayed by using color coding to demonstrate the distribution of the variable diameters of collagen fibrils. Collagen fibril color coding: Red=15–20 nm, Green=20–25 nm, Blue=25–30 nm, Yellow=30–35 nm, Aqua=35–40 nm, Pink=40–45 nm, and Brown=45–50 nm.

    Journal: Molecular Vision

    Article Title: Structure of corneal layers, collagen fibrils, and proteoglycans of tree shrew cornea

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    Figure Lengend Snippet: Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehhyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : Electron micrograph of collagen fibrils of tree shrew cornea. B : Digital image obtained after processing the image shown in A . C : Electron micrograph of collagen fibrils of human cornea. D : Digital image obtained after processing the image shown in C . The images were displayed by using color coding to demonstrate the distribution of the variable diameters of collagen fibrils. Collagen fibril color coding: Red=15–20 nm, Green=20–25 nm, Blue=25–30 nm, Yellow=30–35 nm, Aqua=35–40 nm, Pink=40–45 nm, and Brown=45–50 nm.

    Article Snippet: Please note there is a difference in the percentage of the BW layer thickness (3.2%) of human cornea fixed in osmium plus embedded in TAAB epoxy [ ] and the BW layer thickness (1.9%) of the human cornea fixed in cuprolinic blue plus spurr resin in our studies.

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    Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehhyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : Electron micrograph of proteoglycans of tree shrew stroma. B : Digital image obtained after processing image shown in A , showing variable area distribution of PGs. C : Electron micrograph of proteoglycans of human stroma. D : Digital image obtained after processing image shown in C , showing variable area distribution of PGs. PG=Proteoglycan; Proteoglycans color coding: Red=50–350 nm 2 , Green=350–650 nm 2 , Blue=650–950 nm 2 , Yellow=950–1,250 nm 2 , Aqua=1,250–1,550 nm 2 , Pink=1,550–1,850 nm 2 , and Brown=1,850–2,150 nm 2 .

    Journal: Molecular Vision

    Article Title: Structure of corneal layers, collagen fibrils, and proteoglycans of tree shrew cornea

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    Figure Lengend Snippet: Electron micrograph of tree shrew and human cornea fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehhyde containing cuprolinic blue and embedded in spurr resin. A : Electron micrograph of proteoglycans of tree shrew stroma. B : Digital image obtained after processing image shown in A , showing variable area distribution of PGs. C : Electron micrograph of proteoglycans of human stroma. D : Digital image obtained after processing image shown in C , showing variable area distribution of PGs. PG=Proteoglycan; Proteoglycans color coding: Red=50–350 nm 2 , Green=350–650 nm 2 , Blue=650–950 nm 2 , Yellow=950–1,250 nm 2 , Aqua=1,250–1,550 nm 2 , Pink=1,550–1,850 nm 2 , and Brown=1,850–2,150 nm 2 .

    Article Snippet: Please note there is a difference in the percentage of the BW layer thickness (3.2%) of human cornea fixed in osmium plus embedded in TAAB epoxy [ ] and the BW layer thickness (1.9%) of the human cornea fixed in cuprolinic blue plus spurr resin in our studies.

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    Fine histological features of chronic alcohol-induced liver disease and the effects of PPAR agonist treatments. Liver tissue from adult male rats that were chronically fed with (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol-containing liquid diets, and treated with (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist was embedded in Spurr’s epoxy resin. 1 μm thick sections were stained with Toluidine blue. Note uniform cytoplasm with minimal lipid droplets in (A–D) control and (G) ethanol+PPAR-δ agonist treated livers, and (E,F,H) prominent lipid droplets (greenish-gray, insets) and (E) mega-mitochondria (coarse cytoplasmic granularity) in ethanol-exposed livers. Original magnifications-400x; insets-1200x.

    Journal: Journal of clinical & experimental pathology

    Article Title: Structural Correlates of PPAR Agonist Rescue of Experimental Chronic Alcohol-Induced Steatohepatitis

    doi: 10.4172/2161-0681.1000114

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Fine histological features of chronic alcohol-induced liver disease and the effects of PPAR agonist treatments. Liver tissue from adult male rats that were chronically fed with (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol-containing liquid diets, and treated with (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist was embedded in Spurr’s epoxy resin. 1 μm thick sections were stained with Toluidine blue. Note uniform cytoplasm with minimal lipid droplets in (A–D) control and (G) ethanol+PPAR-δ agonist treated livers, and (E,F,H) prominent lipid droplets (greenish-gray, insets) and (E) mega-mitochondria (coarse cytoplasmic granularity) in ethanol-exposed livers. Original magnifications-400x; insets-1200x.

    Article Snippet: Following post-fixation rinses in cacodylate buffer and dehydration through a graded acetone series, the samples were embedded in Spurr’s epoxy resin (Ladd Research, Williston, VT) and the blocks were allowed to polymerize over night at 70°C.

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    Chronic ethanol exposure and PPAR agonist treatment effects on RER structure. Adult male Long Evans rats were fed with liquid diets containing (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol for 8 weeks, and administered i.p. injections of (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist. Spurr’s resin-embedded, 50–60 nm thick sections of liver sections were contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and examined by EM. (AD) Control livers had relatively uniform parallel stacks of flattened RER cisternae with regularly spaced ribosomes. PPAR-α agonist treatments resulted in patchy absence of ribosomes (arrowheads) on the ER in both (B) control and (F) ethanol-exposed livers. (E) Ethanol+vehicle treated livers had disrupted, disorganized RER. This phenomenon was prevented by (F–H) PPAR agonist treatment. However, in ethanol-exposed livers, the RER cisternae were variably dilated and irregularly populated by ribosomes. Original magnification, 71000x.

    Journal: Journal of clinical & experimental pathology

    Article Title: Structural Correlates of PPAR Agonist Rescue of Experimental Chronic Alcohol-Induced Steatohepatitis

    doi: 10.4172/2161-0681.1000114

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Chronic ethanol exposure and PPAR agonist treatment effects on RER structure. Adult male Long Evans rats were fed with liquid diets containing (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol for 8 weeks, and administered i.p. injections of (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist. Spurr’s resin-embedded, 50–60 nm thick sections of liver sections were contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and examined by EM. (AD) Control livers had relatively uniform parallel stacks of flattened RER cisternae with regularly spaced ribosomes. PPAR-α agonist treatments resulted in patchy absence of ribosomes (arrowheads) on the ER in both (B) control and (F) ethanol-exposed livers. (E) Ethanol+vehicle treated livers had disrupted, disorganized RER. This phenomenon was prevented by (F–H) PPAR agonist treatment. However, in ethanol-exposed livers, the RER cisternae were variably dilated and irregularly populated by ribosomes. Original magnification, 71000x.

    Article Snippet: Following post-fixation rinses in cacodylate buffer and dehydration through a graded acetone series, the samples were embedded in Spurr’s epoxy resin (Ladd Research, Williston, VT) and the blocks were allowed to polymerize over night at 70°C.

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    Chronic ethanol feeding and PPAR agonist treatment effects on mitochondrial structure. Adult male Long Evans rats were fed with liquid diets containing (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol for 8 weeks, and administered i.p. injections of (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist. Spurr’s resin-embedded, 50–60 nm thick sections of liver were contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and examined by EM. (A–D) Control livers had relatively uniform size and shape of mitochondria with complex matrix/cristae. (E,F) Ethanol+vehicle and ethanol+PPAR-α agonist treated livers exhibited mega-mitochondria that displaced and distorted the RER. (G,H) Ethanol+PPAR-δ and ethanol+PPAR-γ agonist treated livers had mitochondria that were similar to control. Original magnifications, 44000x.

    Journal: Journal of clinical & experimental pathology

    Article Title: Structural Correlates of PPAR Agonist Rescue of Experimental Chronic Alcohol-Induced Steatohepatitis

    doi: 10.4172/2161-0681.1000114

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Chronic ethanol feeding and PPAR agonist treatment effects on mitochondrial structure. Adult male Long Evans rats were fed with liquid diets containing (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol for 8 weeks, and administered i.p. injections of (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist. Spurr’s resin-embedded, 50–60 nm thick sections of liver were contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and examined by EM. (A–D) Control livers had relatively uniform size and shape of mitochondria with complex matrix/cristae. (E,F) Ethanol+vehicle and ethanol+PPAR-α agonist treated livers exhibited mega-mitochondria that displaced and distorted the RER. (G,H) Ethanol+PPAR-δ and ethanol+PPAR-γ agonist treated livers had mitochondria that were similar to control. Original magnifications, 44000x.

    Article Snippet: Following post-fixation rinses in cacodylate buffer and dehydration through a graded acetone series, the samples were embedded in Spurr’s epoxy resin (Ladd Research, Williston, VT) and the blocks were allowed to polymerize over night at 70°C.

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    Ultrastructural features of alcohol-induced liver injury and PPAR agonist effects. Adult male Long Evans rats were chronically fed with liquid diets containing (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol, and administered i.p. injections of (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist. Spurr’s resin-embedded, 50–60 nm thick sections of liver were contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and examined by EM. (A–D, G, H) Note the regular parallel RER stacks (er) with mitochondria (mt) distributed mainly along the periphery but in close proximity to the RER. (E,F,H) Chronic ethanol feeding resulted in increased density of lipid droplets (L), irregular shape and enlargement of mitochondria, and disruption of the RER architecture. N=nucleus. (Original magnifications, 7100x).

    Journal: Journal of clinical & experimental pathology

    Article Title: Structural Correlates of PPAR Agonist Rescue of Experimental Chronic Alcohol-Induced Steatohepatitis

    doi: 10.4172/2161-0681.1000114

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Ultrastructural features of alcohol-induced liver injury and PPAR agonist effects. Adult male Long Evans rats were chronically fed with liquid diets containing (A–D) 0% or (E–H) 37% ethanol, and administered i.p. injections of (A,E) vehicle, or a (B,F) PPAR-α, (C,G) PPAR-δ, or (D,H) PPAR-γ agonist. Spurr’s resin-embedded, 50–60 nm thick sections of liver were contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and examined by EM. (A–D, G, H) Note the regular parallel RER stacks (er) with mitochondria (mt) distributed mainly along the periphery but in close proximity to the RER. (E,F,H) Chronic ethanol feeding resulted in increased density of lipid droplets (L), irregular shape and enlargement of mitochondria, and disruption of the RER architecture. N=nucleus. (Original magnifications, 7100x).

    Article Snippet: Following post-fixation rinses in cacodylate buffer and dehydration through a graded acetone series, the samples were embedded in Spurr’s epoxy resin (Ladd Research, Williston, VT) and the blocks were allowed to polymerize over night at 70°C.

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    Ultrastructure and cuticular layers of eucalypt, poplar, and pear cuticles embedded in Spurr's (a, c, and e) and LR-White resin (b, d, and f). EW: epicuticular waxes, CP: cuticle proper, CL: cuticular layer, ECL: external cuticular layer, and ICL: internal cuticular layer. Bars: 200 nm.

    Journal: The Scientific World Journal

    Article Title: Ultrastructure of Plant Leaf Cuticles in relation to Sample Preparation as Observed by Transmission Electron Microscopy

    doi: 10.1155/2014/963921

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Ultrastructure and cuticular layers of eucalypt, poplar, and pear cuticles embedded in Spurr's (a, c, and e) and LR-White resin (b, d, and f). EW: epicuticular waxes, CP: cuticle proper, CL: cuticular layer, ECL: external cuticular layer, and ICL: internal cuticular layer. Bars: 200 nm.

    Article Snippet: Tissues were then postfixed in a 1 : 1 aqueous solution of 2% osmium tetroxide (TAAB Laboratories, Berkshire, UK) and 3% potassium ferrocyanide (Sigma-Aldrich) for 1.5 h. Samples were then washed with distilled water (x3), dehydrated in a series of 30, 50, 70, 80, 90, 95, and 100% acetone (x2, 15 min each concentration), and embedded in acetone-Spurr's resin (TAAB Laboratories) mixtures (3 : 1, 2 h; 1 : 1; 2 h; 1 : 3; 3 h (v : v)) and in pure resin overnight at room temperature.

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