Re: sticky slides

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From:Kathy Wortham <>
To:"Masayuki Miyagishima, MD" <>, HistoNet Server <>
Date:Mon, 05 Apr 1999 08:24:50 -0700 (PDT)
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I have tried just about all the coated or charged slides on the market.
My choice is still the silane coated slides I do myself in the lab. I
know it takes a good bit of time, but I have never had any problems
with anything coming off. I can't say that about the commercially
available ones!

Kathy Wortham
USDA, Food Safty Inspection Service
950 College Station Road
Athens, Ga 30605
--- "Masayuki Miyagishima, MD" <> wrote:
> > >We use BD gold Seal Ultrastick slides (Erie
> Scientific or Fisher Scientific)
> Another question.  I am dealing with a tiny mice
> frozen section on
> SuperFrostPlus slide.  The tissue still comes off
> while IHC.  I was not
> drying enogh before the IHC, because I thought
> drying will reduce the
> antigenicity of the frozen section (perfusion
> fixed.).  Should I dry the
> sections completely to get better attachment on the
> slide?
> Or is this BD gold Seal Ultrastick slides better
> than Superfrost?
> What is the ultimate super sticky slide under the
> sun???
> -- 
> Masayuki Miyagishima, MD
> University of Pittsburgh, 
> Department of Surgery
> 412-647-2345, and ask the hospital operator to page
> 3228, please.


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