${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 The concentration of ethanol affects its penetration rate in bovine cardiac and hepatic tissues Wed 07 Apr 2021 14:01:31 AEST ]]> The penetration of methanol into bovine cardiac and hepatic tissues is faster than ethanol and formalin 0.05). The penetration rate of formalin was similar to that of ethanol in both tissues however it was significantly slower than methanol (N=4, P<0.005 in the heart; P<0.001 in the liver). The mean penetration coefficients of methanol, formalin and ethanol in the heart tissue were 2.609, 1.994 and 1.801, respectively, and 3.012, 2.153 and 2.113, respectively, in the liver tissue. The penetration coefficient of methanol was significantly greater than that of ethanol or formalin in both tissues (P<0.001 for each comparison). In conclusion, methanol penetrates tissue significantly faster than ethanol and formalin.]]> Wed 07 Apr 2021 14:01:09 AEST ]]>