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I am doing an assignment at school involving an investigation of asthma and how the body reacts to an asthma attack. With this i am required to do an experiment and have chosen to investigate the importance of the aveoli in the lungs at the sight of an asthma attack. In order to do this, i am required to cut a peice of aveoli, one cell thick, and place it under a microscope to view the detail involved in the aveoli. it would also be helpful if you told me what scalpals to use enabling me the best possible results.
Re: Are there any specific ways of slicing a piece of aveoli one cell thick?
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