|MadSci Network: Cell Biology|
Hydrogen peroxide is a good oxidizing agent. It is routinely used in medicine as a cleaning solution but in dilute concentrations. To study the effect on tissue, it is a good thing to use cultured cells or tissues. However, if you are trying to see the effect in vivo, then you need to use some animal like mice. You can also use nails, hairs or smears of human origin. It would be more interesting to see the results in dilute concentrations rather than at higher concentrations, which simply burn the tissue. Regards. Nagesh.
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