Diaphonization is the chemical process of staining the bones then rendering the flesh transparent so as to provide a non-invasive means of studying the anatomy and osteology of a specimen. Modern protocols were introduced and perfected by scientists in the 70’s, but the concept dates back over 100 years. It sounded like fun so I decided to learn how to do it. 🥰 It’s a very tedious and lengthy process requiring many steps, lots of chemicals and attention to detail. The average turnover time for a complete specimen is 3 months, start to finish. You will receive (1) one inch jar featuring your specimen with purchase. Because these were fetal feeder mice, please expect imperfections and differences from specimen to specimen.
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