Double embedding in agar/paraffin wax as an aid to ...

Double embedding in agar/paraffin wax as an aid to orientation of mucosal biopsies. ... Dohmen MR. A method for the orientation of small and delicate objects in embedding media for light and electron microscopy. Stain Technol. 1978 Jan; 53 (1):56–58. Articles from Journal of Clinical Pathology are provided here courtesy of BMJ Group.Cited by: 17…

Stainsfile - Double embedding

The term double embedding could refer to any processing system which uses two support media at the same time. Usually, however, it refers to Peterfyi's celloidin-paraffin wax technique. Gelatin-paraffin wax and agar-paraffin wax methods are usually referred to by those names, rather than the general term.…

Center embedding - Wikipedia

In linguistics, center embedding is the process of embedding a phrase in the middle of another phrase of the same type. This often leads to difficulty with parsing which would be difficult to explain on grammatical grounds alone. The most frequently used example involves embedding a relative clause inside another one as in: . A man that a woman loves ⇒ A man that a woman that a child knows ...…

Color Image Reversible Data Hiding With Double-Layer Embedding

Color Image Reversible Data Hiding With Double-Layer Embedding Abstract: Reversible data hiding (RDH) in color image is an important topic of data hiding. This paper presents an efficient RDH algorithm for color image via double-layer embedding. The key contribution is the proposed double-layer embedding technique based on histogram shifting (HS).Author: Zhenjun Tang, Hewang Nie, Chi-Man Pun, Heng Yao, Chunqiang Yu, Xianquan Zhang…

New double embedding technique for specimens of endoscopic ...

Oct 01, 2010 · In the present method, the double embedding technique was applied to larger tissues obtained by the ESD procedure. In recent Japanese literature,11 a similar double embedding method for ESD specimens using agar was reported. The basic procedure of their method and the present method were the same at the points of wrapping specimens by medium ...Cited by: 2…