Re: gelatins

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Just plain Gelatin is all that's needed.  No special grade.  EM Science has one.
Product #GX0045/3.  It's 450 g. and  can be ordered through VWR or Fisher.

Make sure you only use a small pinch or else you will get background staining.

Rande Kline, HT, (ASCP)
Technical Services
EM Science/BDH

"Tilton, Cindy" <> on 04/12/2000 08:50:05 AM

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Subject:  gelatins

What type of gelatin is most commonly used for fixing tissues to slides?
Any help would be appreciated

Cindy Tilton
Inside Sales Representative
Erie Scientific

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