The replacement of Canada Balsam by Nail Polish to Maintaining and Fixing Parasites Samples and Ear Drop Instead of Oil for Oil Lens on slides

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Bashar A. E. Alsaadi Alsaadi

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three group successively for three groups on an period of three years from 2007, after seen how it was clear and stable of sample formation under the microscope and it not affected that the ruin ratio 7.2 % because of consistence of water bubbles of humidity, samples mast have the fewest humidity it can be, and it find only in the first group(three years) but the two other groups it haven’t any damaged slides (1,2 year) and it all has been examined till 1\1\2019 and find no changing in any of the slides.             

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B. A. E. A. Alsaadi, “The replacement of Canada Balsam by Nail Polish to Maintaining and Fixing Parasites Samples and Ear Drop Instead of Oil for Oil Lens on slides ”, JUBPAS, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 224-230, Mar. 2020.
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