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Question 1: The frozen tissue is sliced using a ________, and the frozen slices are mounted on a glass slide and stained the same way as other methods.
HistologyMicrotomeMicroscopyTransmission electron microscopy

Question 2: Recently, ________ have been used to specifically visualize proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids.
Immune systemAntibodyAutoantibodyAdaptive immune system

Question 3: The Nissl method and Golgi's method are useful in identifying ________.
Photoreceptor cellNervous systemNeuronGlial cell

Question 4: This process, while preserving the structural integrity of the cells and tissue can damage the biological functionality of proteins, particularly ________, and can also denature them to a certain extent.
Adenosine triphosphateEnzymeEnzyme inhibitorCofactor (biochemistry)

Question 5: ________ and confocal microscopy are used to detect fluorescent signals with good intracellular detail.
Two-photon excitation microscopyNear-field scanning optical microscopeFluorescence microscopeVertico SMI

Question 6: It is performed by examining a thin slice (section) of tissue under a light microscope or ________.
GoldElectron microscopeScanning electron microscopeTransmission electron microscopy

Question 7: Trained medical doctors, frequently board-certified as ________, are the personnel who perform histopathological examination and provide diagnostic information based on their observations.
Infectious diseaseDiseaseInfectionPathology

Question 8: Epoxy resins are the most commonly employed embedding media, but acrylic resins are also used, particularly where ________ is required.
ImmunofluorescenceSerologyImmunohistochemistryDiagnostic immunology

Question 9: ________: reproductive cells (spermatozoa in men, oocytes in women)
Germ cellPubertyCell (biology)Embryo

Question 10: ________ refers to the science of using chemical reactions between laboratory chemicals and components within tissue.
SerologyDiagnostic immunologyImmunofluorescenceImmunohistochemistry







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