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Master of Science (MS)
Progress in science frequently depends upon proper tools to demonstrate, enhance, integrate, substantiate or refute contentions. Among the means that make possible the advance of biological science is histological technique. Improved microscopic procedures result from a constant refining process and the search for new methods. To merit the adjective "improved" a new or refined technique must display a superiority to similarly employed processes. Such superiority might be shown by its speed, economy, practicality, ease or faithfulness of reproduction, or same other attribute. This paper portends to present an improved technique for the demonstration of tissue lipids .
Hoerl, Bryan G., "An Improved Technique for the Demonstration of Tissue Lipids" (1953). Master's Theses (1922-2009) Access restricted to Marquette Campus. 2883.