Blot the stain with
cold water and mild detergent, then rinse.
The objective of the present study was to find a viable and non-toxic arbuscular mycorrhizal stain with
an ink-acetic acid solution for replacing trypan blue in citrus.
Is filling a basin with water and tackling a stain with soap and good helping of elbow grease a better solution, or is the simplest solution to swing by the dry cleaners?
For a more home-based approach to grass stains, sponge the stain with cool water, then work liquid detergent into the stained area.
Since these composites do not allow penetration of the stain even when weathered, a film-forming semitransparent stain with good abrasion resistance is needed.
Water repellency in a stain with good UV protection is thus probably desirable but not critical to the protection of a wood substrate.
The double stain with
MUC4/p53 is shown in Figure 4 as follows: Figure 4, A and B, both MUC4 and p53 immunoreactivity in pancreatic adenocarcinoma; Figure 4, C, pancreatic adenocarcinoma showing staining for p53 and no immunoreactivity with MUC4; and Figure 4, D, pancreatic adenocarcinoma showing staining for MUC4 and no immunoreactivity with p53.
10) PLGAmay stain with
glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP), but this is usually less consistent than is GFAP staining of pleomorphic adenomas.
Lipstick: Loosen stain with cold cream or glycerine.
For heavier scorching, cover stain with cloth dampened with hydrogen peroxide.
Lipstick: First try to remove the stain with
non-flammable stain remover.
Dab a stain with
the absorbent pad and cleaning agent and put the soiled garments (along with the dryer cloth) in the dryer bag and then into the dryer.
But the jars' shape and the associated equipment made them suspicious, so they compared the stain with
a similar stain in an ancient Egyptian vessel known to have contained wine.
On thick fabrics, spread stain with
paste of cornstarch and water.
Although expression of PSA and PAP in prostate carcinoma can be variable, most will stain with
either one or the other.