The transcripts of the Grand Jury testimonies about the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

So after the tissue is put in that wax substance that you saw, that's the paraffin material, at that point, that block of tissue is now taken to be sliced with a microtone blade, which is a very sharp blade that slices very thin segments, about five micrometers, which is very thin, pieces of wax tissue with the tissue embedded.

That slice is then put on a glass slide and it is then counterstained by adding a pink solution and a purple solution. One is called eosin and the other is called hematoxylin. And then that slide now has been prepared where I can look at it under my microscope and examine it at a histological level.

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