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  • 1 unstained — index clean, inviolate, pure Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 unstained — [spelling only] …

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  • 3 unstained — adjective a) Not dyed or discolored. The unstained hardwood floor was pale, but the finish soaked in and made the room seem dark. b) Pure, pristine, clean, immaculate, unadulterated. She a …

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  • 4 unstained — /un staynd /, adj. 1. not stained or spotted; unsoiled. 2. without moral blemish. [1545 55; UN 1 + STAIN + ED2] * * * …

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  • 5 unstained — Synonyms and related words: Christian, blameless, bleached, blotless, bright, chaste, clean, cleanly, creditable, dainty, decent, dirt free, erect, estimable, ethical, fair, fastidious, fresh, full of integrity, good, high minded, high principled …

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  • 6 unstained — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. spotless, immaculate, virgin, stainless, white, unspotted, maiden, fresh, snowy, clear, pure, unblemished, unsullied, unsoiled, clean, untainted; see also pure 2 , 3 , 4 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Free from… …

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  • 7 unstained — adj. without stain, clean, unblemished …

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  • 8 unstained — adjective not stained …

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  • 9 unstained — a. 1. Untinged, undyed, uncolored, colorless. 2. See unspotted …

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  • 10 unstained — un·stained …

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  • 11 unstained — un•stained′ adj …

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  • 12 unstained — /ʌnˈsteɪnd/ (say un staynd) adjective not stained …

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  • 13 unstained — adj. not stained …

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  • 14 substrate control —    Unstained material adjacent to, or representative of, the area upon which the biological material is deposited …

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  • 15 Digital holographic microscopy — Contents 1 Working principle 2 Advantages 3 Applications 4 …

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  • 16 Microscope — An optical instrument that augments the power of the eye to see small objects. The name microscope was coined by Johannes Faber (1574 1629) who in 1628 borrowed from the Greek to combined micro , small with skopein, to view. Although the first… …

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  • 17 stain — 1. To discolor. 2. To color; to dye. 3. A discoloration. 4. A dye used in histologic and bacteriologic technique. 5. A procedure in which a dye or combination of dyes and reagents is used to color the constituents of cells and tissues. For… …

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  • 18 Differential interference contrast microscopy — Micrasterias furcata imaged in transmitted DIC microscopy. Differential interference contrast microscopy (DIC), also known as Nomarski Interference Contrast (NIC) or Nomarski microscopy, is an optical microscopy illumination technique used to… …

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  • 19 Dark field microscopy — (dark ground microscopy) describes microscopy methods, in both light and electron microscopy, which exclude the unscattered beam from the image. As a result, the field around the specimen (i.e. where there is no specimen to scatter the beam) is… …

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  • 20 Molecular weight size marker — A molecular weight size marker is used to identify the approximate size of a molecule run on a gel, using the principle that molecular weight is inversely proportional to migration rate through a gel matrix. Therefore when used in gel… …

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