Re: [Histonet] Zinc formalin and 10% NBF
After fixing the specimens in either NBF or a "zinc-formalin"
mixture you should put them in water to dissolve out the
sodium phosphate or zinc salts (chloride or sulphate?) before
moving the specimens into the dehydrating alcohols.
Wendy England wrote:
> One of my coworkers fixed some samples in Zinc formalin and some in 10% NBF
> but forgot to lable them. So now we don't know which is Zinc formalin and
> which is 10% NBF. The tissue are going to be stained by H&E. His question is
> if it's ok to put all of them in 10% NBF now. I think it's fine. But I want
> to hear you expert's opinion please.
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