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Colloidal Gold

Colloidal Gold Author
ISBN-10 9780323138819
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 536
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Since its introduction in 1971, the development and application of colloidal gold as a marker in electron microscopy has been phenomenal. This state-of-the art, multi-volume treatise provides researchers, technicians, teachers, and students with the most comprehensive coverage of the principles and methodology of colloidal gold microscopy available today. This universal method is applicable to most microscopical systems including optical microscopy, scanning, transmission and high voltage electron microscopy, and photoelectron, photon, fluorescent darkfield and epipolarization microscopy. Colloidal gold allows high and low resolution studies, enzyme and nucleic acid labeling, study of dynamic cellular processes, and virus detection. Principles, methods, and applications of colloidal gold methodology in cytochemistry and immunochemistry Methods for preparing colloidal gold particles of different sizes Protein A-gold, protein G-gold, and lectin-gold techniques The use of resins and thin cryosections Multiple labeling



Colloidal Gold

Colloidal Gold Author M. A. Hayat
ISBN-10 UVA:X002753313
Release 1991
Pages 421
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Since its introduction in 1971, the development and application of colloidal gold as a marker in electron microscopy has been phenomenal. This state-of-the art, multi-volume treatise provides researchers, technicians, teachers, and students with the most comprehensive coverage of the principles and methodology of colloidal gold microscopy available today. Colloidal gold allows high and low resolution studies, enzyme and nucleic acid labeling, study of dynamic cellular processes, and virus detection. This third volume completes Hayat's coverage of the principles and methodology of colloidal gold in microscopy. The three-volume set should become the standard reference in the field. Key Features * Among the first books to cover principles and methodology of colloidal gold in microscopy * Describes methods step by step to enable researchers to learn these complex procedures solely by reference to the book * Discusses problems and limitations of techniques * Guides users to avoid problems and choose the correct procedures for specific applications * Contributors are eminent authorities in their fields Topics covered in Volume 3 include: * Production of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies * Lowicryl, polar, and apolar resins * Preserving and localizing antigenicity; sectioning; high-resolution morphological localization * Diaminobenzidine-colloidal gold; microinjection of colloidal gold; double labeling with backscattered electrons; microwave irradiation * Applications to biomedical studies * Colloidal gold in conjunction with video-enhanced microscopy



Colloid Science

Colloid Science Author Terence Cosgrove
ISBN-10 9781444320183
Release 2010-02-16
Pages 394
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Colloidal systems are important across a range of industries, such as the food, pharmaceutical, agrochemical, cosmetics, polymer, paint and oil industries, and form the basis of a wide range of products (eg cosmetics & toiletries, processed foodstuffs and photographic film). A detailed understanding of their formation, control and application is required in those industries, yet many new graduate or postgraduate chemists or chemical engineers have little or no direct experience of colloids. Based on lectures given at the highly successful Bristol Colloid Centre Spring School, Colloid Science: Principles, Methods and Applications provides a thorough introduction to colloid science for industrial chemists, technologists and engineers. Lectures are collated and presented in a coherent and logical text on practical colloid science.



Immunogold Silver Staining

Immunogold Silver Staining Author M. A. Hayat
ISBN-10 0849324491
Release 1995-08-03
Pages 336
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This book discusses the principles, methods, and applications of immunogold-silver staining (IGSS) to biomedical areas. It focuses on the latest advances in the dynamic and progressive field of IGSS.



Immunogold Silver Staining

Immunogold Silver Staining Author M. A. Hayat
ISBN-10 0849324491
Release 1995-08-03
Pages 336
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This book discusses the principles, methods, and applications of immunogold-silver staining (IGSS) to biomedical areas. It focuses on the latest advances in the dynamic and progressive field of IGSS.



Biological Electron Microscopy

Biological Electron Microscopy Author Michael J. Dykstra
ISBN-10 0306477491
Release 2003-12-31
Pages 534
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Electron microscopy is frequently portrayed as a discipline that stands alone, separated from molecular biology, light microscopy, physiology, and biochemistry, among other disciplines. It is also presented as a technically demanding discipline operating largely in the sphere of "black boxes" and governed by many absolute laws of procedure. At the introductory level, this portrayal does the discipline and the student a disservice. The instrumentation we use is complex, but ultimately understandable and, more importantly, repairable. The procedures we employ for preparing tissues and cells are not totally understood, but enough information is available to allow investigators to make reasonable choices concerning the best techniques to apply to their parti cular problems. There are countless specialized techniques in the field of electron and light microscopy that require the acquisition of specialized knowledge, particularly for interpretation of results (electron tomography and energy dispersive spectroscopy immediately come to mind), but most laboratories possessing the equipment to effect these approaches have specialists to help the casual user. The advent of computer operated electron microscopes has also broadened access to these instruments, allowing users with little technical knowledge about electron microscope design to quickly become operators. This has been a welcome advance, because earlier instru ments required a level of knowledge about electron optics and vacuum systems to produce optimal photographs and to avoid "crashing" the instruments that typically made it difficult for beginners.



Practical Electron Microscopy

Practical Electron Microscopy Author Elaine Evelyn Hunter
ISBN-10 0521385393
Release 1993-09-24
Pages 173
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This is an extensively illustrated laboratory manual of transmission electron microscopy techniques for the laboratory technician, graduate student, or researcher. Chapters begin with a general discussion, move on to the chemicals and equipment required for the method being described and conclude with a step-by-step presentation of the method and instructions for the preparation of solutions. Notes at the end of each chapter warn of possible pitfalls and outline "tricks of the trade". The methods and techniques outlined have been tested for over ten years in clinical and research laboratory situations, and are entirely reliable. Practical Electron Microscopy covers fixation, dehydration and embedding, semithin and thin sectioning, the electron microscope, and photography. For this new edition, the chapters on photography and the electron microscope have been completely rewritten and two new chapters have been added, one on immunoelectron microscopy using colloidal gold, and one dealing with such special techniques as retrieving specimens from paraffin and handling nasal brushings and blood samples.



Immuno Gold Electron Microscopy in Virus Diagnosis and Research

Immuno Gold Electron Microscopy in Virus Diagnosis and Research Author Alexander D. Hyatt
ISBN-10 084936759X
Release 1992-11-10
Pages 464
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This book presents a wide variety of immuno-gold techniques for use in virus diagnosis and research. Protocols are presented for state-of-the-art techniques, including in situ hybridization, freeze substitution, and the utilization of ultra-small probes and replicas for use by virologists and electron microscopists identifying and studying viruses, their components, and replication in cells. The procedures are described by eminent scientists and are pertinent to both experienced researchers and newcomers to this field who are interested in the localization of low antigenic mass structures.



Antibodies in Cell Biology

Antibodies in Cell Biology Author
ISBN-10 0080859356
Release 1993-11-17
Pages 452
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Antibodies in Cell Biology focuses on a new generation of protocols aimed at the cell biologist. This laboratory manual features systems and techniques that are especially relevant for modern problems. The contributing authors have been carefully chosen for their specific expertise, and have provided detailed protocols, recipes, and troubleshooting guides in each chapter. The book is designed for any researcher or student who needs to use antibodies in cell biology and related research areas. Practical applications and future emphases of antibodies, including: Light microscopic immunolocalization of antigens Gold particles in immunoelectron microscopy Special methods of fixation and permeabilization Microinjection of antibodies into living cells Antibodies to identify cDNA clones Antisense antibody strategies



Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry

Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry Author C. Bréchignac
ISBN-10 3540729933
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 747
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Here is a brilliant book that covers the major aspects of nanomaterials production. It integrates the many and varied chemical, material and thermo-dynamical facets of production, offering readers a new and unique approach to the subject. The mechanical, optical, and magnetic characteristics of nanomaterials are also presented in detail. Nanomaterials are a fast developing field of research and this book serves as both a reference work for researchers and a textbook for graduate students.



Materials Syntheses

Materials Syntheses Author Ulrich Schubert
ISBN-10 9783211751251
Release 2008-11-23
Pages 228
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Materials syntheses are more complex than syntheses of inorganic or organic compounds. Materials synthesis protocols often suffer from unclarities, irreproducibility, lack in detail and lack in standards. The need to change this situation is the main motivation for this book. It collects a number of detailed protocols, ranging from organic polymers to carbonaceous and ceramic materials, from gels to porous and layered materials and from powders and nanoparticles to films.



Gold and Silver Staining

Gold and Silver Staining Author Gerhard W. Hacker
ISBN-10 9781420040234
Release 2002-04-17
Pages 264
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Immunogold silver staining is one of the most sensitive techniques available for visualizing the location of antibodies and nucleotide probes that have been bounded to specific antigens or to nucleotide sequences. As gold and silver staining continues to advance research in molecular morphology, this book presents the information you need to know about the various staining methods, their useful applications, and the advantages and drawbacks of each process. Gold and Silver Staining: Techniques in Molecular Morphology provides a timely description of approaches, methods, protocols, and applications. The contributors cover the latest developments and a wide range of applications from highly sensitive detection of antigens to single copy detection of DNA and RNA. Some of the authors are "living legends" in the field and bring their expertise and experience to this fine collaboration. Written in one consistent style, each chapter includes a concise, but comprehensive introduction, step-by-step protocols with technical hints, and a discussion of results and critical steps. What differentiates this book from all others like it, is the status of the editors, who have worked on this technique from its inception and have produced innumerable publications on the topic. The other distinguishing feature is that all of the contributors are amongst the absolute foremost leaders from the United States and Europe. Gold and Silver Staining: Techniques in Molecular Morphology presents a complete overview and detailed descriptions of this technique that allows the visualization of molecules that have never been localized before and with hitherto unknown sensitivity. Not only does this book provide an excellent review of this field, but it also serves as a lab manual for those who want to carry out this technique in their laboratory and clinical work. Armed with this information, advances in this powerful field of research will ensue.



Scanning Electron Microscopy for the Life Sciences

Scanning Electron Microscopy for the Life Sciences Author Heide Schatten
ISBN-10 9780521195997
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 261
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A guide to modern scanning electron microscopy instrumentation, methodology and techniques, highlighting novel applications to cell and molecular biology.



Immunocytochemistry

Immunocytochemistry Author Julia M. Polak
ISBN-10 9781483193465
Release 2014-05-12
Pages 414
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Immunocytochemistry: Practical Applications in Pathology and Biology focuses on the processes, principles, methodologies, and approaches involved in the applications of immunocytochemistry in pathology and biology. The selection first takes a look at the development and scope of immunocytochemistry; techniques and practice used in immunocytochemistry; and raising and testing antibodies for immunocytochemistry. The book then ponders on raising antibodies to small peptides, use of semithin frozen sections in immunocytochemistry, and colloidal gold probes in immunocytochemistry. Discussions focus on the production of gold probes, localization of mouse serum albumin in the mammary gland, immunogens and the immune response, production of antisera, and antibody specificity in immunocytochemistry. The publication takes a look at double immunoenzymatic labelling, lectin histochemistry, immunocytochemical localization of noradrenaline, adrenaline, and serotonin, and immunocytochemistry of cell and tissue cultures. Immunocytochemistry in endocrine pathology and indirect immunofluorescence in the study and diagnosis of organ-specific autoimmune diseases are also discussed. The selection is a dependable source of information for researchers interested the practical applications of immunocytochemistry in pathology and biology.



Morphology Methods

Morphology Methods Author Ricardo V. Lloyd
ISBN-10 9781592591909
Release 2001-06-15
Pages 422
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The past several decades have witnessed an impressive array of conceptual and techno logical advances in the biomedical sciences. Much of the progress in this area has developed directly as a result of new morphology-based methods that have permitted the assessment of chemical, enzymatic, immunological, and molecular parameters at the cellular and tissue levels. Additional novel approaches including laser capture microdissection have also emerged for the acquisition of homogeneous cell popula tions for molecular analyses. These methodologies have literally reshaped the approaches to fundamental biological questions and have also had a major impact in the area of diagnostic pathology. Much of the groundwork for the development of morphological methods was estab th lished in the early part of the 19 century by Francois-Vincent Raspail, generally acknowledged as the founder of the science of histochemistry. The earliest work in the field was primarily in the hands of botanists and many of the approaches to the under standing of the chemical composition of cells and tissues involved techniques such as microincineration, which destroyed structural integrity. The development of aniline th dyes in the early 20 century served as a major impetus to studies of the structural rather than chemical composition of tissue. Later in the century, however, the focus returned to the identification of chemical constituents in the context of intact cell and tissue structure.



Immunocytochemical

Immunocytochemical Author Lorette C. Javois
ISBN-10 9781592592135
Release 1999
Pages 465
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Lorette Javois' timely new 2nd edition revises and updates her widely acclaimed collection of step-by-step immunocytochemical methods, one that is now used in many biological and biomedical research programs. The methods are designed for researchers and clinicians who wish to visualize molecules in plant or animal embryos, tissue sections, cells, or organelles. In addition to cutting-edge protocols for purifying and preparing antibodies, light microscopic analysis, confocal microscopy, FACS, and electron microscopy, this revised edition contains many new methods for applying immunocytochemical techniques in the clinical laboratory and in combination with in situ hybridization.



Lateral Flow Immunoassay

Lateral Flow Immunoassay Author Raphael Wong
ISBN-10 1597452408
Release 2008-12-16
Pages 224
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Due to the simplicity, relative accuracy, fast result reporting, and user-friendliness of lateral flow immunoassay, its use has undergone tremendous growth in the diagnostic industry in the last few years. Such technology has been utilized widely and includes pregnancy and woman's health determination, cardiac and emergency conditions monitoring and testing, infectious disease including Flu screening, cancer marker screening, and drugs abuse testing. This book covers the scope of utilization, the principle of the technology, the patent concerns, information on the development and production of the test device and specific applications will be of interest to the diagnostic industry and the general scientific community.