The characterisation of the early molecular genetic events of tumor development depends on the selective procurement of histopathologically defined small cell populations from premalignant tissue. In order to obtain high-quality DNA, mRNA and proteins from these small tissue samples and even from single cells, tissue microdissection is one of the most useful techniques, becoming increasingly important for molecular pathologists. Using different microdissection techniques which allow the isolatio... »
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