References for Microwave Polymerization of EM Resins

  1. Baldwin F, Diocee MS: Rapid specimen preparation using microwave energy. Proc 43rd Ann Meet Electr Microsc Soc Amer, 448-449 (1985)
  2. Boon ME, Kok LK: Microwaves and epoxy-resin embedding for EM, in Microwave Cookbook for Microscopists, 351-353 (1992)
  3. Choi T-S, Whittlesey MM, Slap SE, Anderson VM, Gu J: Advances in temperature control of microwave immunohistochemistry. Cell Vision, 151-164 (1995)
  4. Giammara B: Ultra-rapid epoxy embedment using microwave energy. Proc 43rd Ann Meet Electr Microsc Soc Amer, 706-707 (1985a)
  5. Giammara B: E.M. embedding media - A comparative overview. Proc 43rd Ann Meet Electr Microsc Soc Amer Tech Forum 1-7 (1985b)
  6. Giammara BL, Birch DJ, Harper DO: Microwave polymerization of embedding resins for biological/biomedical electron microscopy. Mat Res Soc 189, 347-353 (1991a)
  7. Giammara BL, Rose AO, Hanker JS: LR White acrylic resin polymerized by microwave energy for immuno-electron microscopy of Saccharomyces cerevisiae: A rapid method. Proc 49th Ann Meet Electr Microsc Soc Amer, 294-295 (1991b)
  8. Giammara BL: Microwave embedding methods. Scanning 14 (Suppl I, 60-61 (1992)
  9. Giammara BL: Microwave embedment for light and electron microscopy using epoxy resins, LR White, and other polymers. Scanning 15, 82-87 (1993)
  10. Login, G. R., and A. M. Dvorak. The Microwave Toolbook. A Practical Guide for Microscopists. Boston: Beth Israel Hospital, 1994.
  11. Leong, A S-Y: Microwave technology for morphological analysis. Cell Vision, 278-288 (1994)
  12. McLay ALC, Anderson JD, McMeekin W: Microwave polymerization of epoxy resin: Rapid processing technique in ultrastructural pathology. J Clin Pathol 40, 350-352 (1987)

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