(1985), and polymerization of epoxy resin is achieved in the microwave oven ( McLay et al., 1987). ... (1991) described a method of antigen retrieval by microwave heating of mounted tissue sections to temperatures to 100Ad C ... Troubleshooting becomes easier with one person being responsible, also because the (faulty) results surface directly. For the history of microwaves in microscopy not only the scientific publications count but also the actual application of these techniques in 8.4.
|Title||:||Microwave Cookbook for Microscopists|
|Author||:||L. P. Kok, Mathilde E. Boon|