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Fixation ocular

Fixation, ocular

The direction of the gaze so that the visual image of the object falls on the fovea centralis of the retina, the area of the most acute vision.

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... be outside the cell or inside, depending on how the cell is fixed (some fixation processes made cells permeable). The fluorochrome is detected by ... back to the dichroic mirror and through an emission filter to the ocular lens or camera. Immunohistochemical methods encompass a broad range ...

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