Whole mount staining is the staining of small pieces of tissue, usually embryos, without sectioning onto slides first. This is often used on embryos by stem cell and embryonic development researchers and also neuroscientists who are able to stain the whole embryos at various stages to follow the expression of target proteins through the development of the animal.
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