Result showed that the sensitivity of the silver stained
procedure (fig-1) is equal to that of conventional fluorescent method (fig-2).
All calibrators were separated by gel electrophoresis and visualized by silver stain
(8,9) Senile or neuritic plaques, which are composed of tortuous neuritic processes surrounding a central amyloid core, are best visualized using silver stains
or immunohistochemistry for amyloid beta (A[beta]) protein.
Howell WM (1977) Visualization of ribosomal gene activity: silver stains
proteins associated with rRNA transcribed from oocyte chromosomes.
The use of acid etching techniques (on the blue glass) and silver stain
(for the stars) helped Smith and Gans create an Impressionist-painterly effect.
For example, the use of silver stain
expanded rapidly from the early 14th century as a convenient way of getting two colours on one piece of glass, rather than juxtaposing two separate panels.
The sixteenth century delighted in technical advances, particularly the use of sanguine, a russet tint, and the exploitation of the multiple shades of silver stain
Rena said: "The piece is also called Silver, partly because it recreates the real Silver, but also because I use a technique called silver stain
Trace polypeptides in cellular extracts and human body fluid detected by two-dimensional electrophoresis and a highly sensitive silver stain
may mimic the silver stain
making evaluation difficult.
was applied to detect trace amounts of proteins in gels.
The material within the capillary lumen stains positive with PAS, which can be highlighted by silver stain
. However, these lesions can be seen in focal, segmental glomerular sclerosis; chronic pyelonephritis; and certain other forms of glomerulonephritis and in reflux nephropathy.