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Newcomers fixative

Newcomer’s fixative
A fixative containing isopropanol, propionic acid, and dioxane, recommended as a substitute for carnoy’s fixative in preservation of chromatin; also useful for fixing polysaccharides; small pieces of tissue must be used, although excessive shrinkage may still occur.


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