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3,385 x. potential as the cytoplasm of cells within it. If a non electrolytic solution is involved, molarity and osmolarity are the same. If a solution contains a dissociating electrolyte, the osmolarity is greater than the molarity (the osmotic pressure on the cells greater than it would be for a nonelectrolyte solution of the same molarity). Osmolarity is most frequently measured by freezing-point depression of a solution. Fixative solutions are typically either isotonic or slightly hypertonic (see Saito and Tanaka, 1980 for examples of the effect of different tonicities on cells).
Pieces of tissue can also be removed from polymerized resin blocks with 36 Chapter 1 a jeweler's saw and oriented in empty flat-embedding molds, which then can be filled with fresh liquid resin and polymerized. D. Agar Embedment Agar embedment is a useful method for turning suspensions of cells, particulates such as mitochondria and microsomal preparations, or small metazoans such as shrimp embryos into tissue-like blocks for ease of handling during processing. Typically, cells are placed in primary fixative and rinsed several times in buffer before being immersed in molten water agar (at 45-50°C) and immediately centrifuged to bring the sample into the tip of the centrifuge tube (see the detailed instructions in the section Chapter 1 Techniques).
Proteins. This aldehyde is more reactive with proteins than any of the other aldehydes. For enzyme or antigen localization, it is contraindicated as a fixative because of the chance for the severe denaturation of proteins. Nucleic Acids. Acrolein is thought to be somewhat reactive with charged groups, but the primary fixation of nucleic acids is probably due to their association with well-fixed histone proteins. Carbohydrates. These constituents are generally regarded as unreactive with acrolein.
Biological Electron Microscopy: Theory, Techniques, and Troubleshooting by Michael J. Dykstra, Laura E. Reuss