RE: [Histonet] GLP question

From:Jackie M O'Connor

My lab has the capability of producing 600+ slides per day.  When we cut 
initial slides, the microtomy is documented by the microtomist at the 
time.   Staining is subsequently documented - since it may be performed by 
another technician.    Once documentation of a procedural step is made, 
that slide is already raw datum.  If a recut is needed at QC, the reason 
for the recut is also documented, and the original slide is retained.  The 
recut is subsequently documented, as well as whether or not the desired 
goal (missing mammary) was achieved.    Gotta love the world of GLP.    We 
may be documenting this to death - but it works quite well. 

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