RE: edge effects
The edge effect comes more into play from the outer edges of the actual
specimen air drying, not so much from the section on the slide itself.
David A. Reynolds, HT(ASCP)
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From: JHoffpa464@aol.com [mailto:JHoffpa464@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 6:15 AM
Subject: edge effects
OK a question for my own gratification. What causes the so called edge
i.e. increased none specific staining around the edge of sections, with IHC.
I have never seen the effect with IF. I know what everyone says, it's from
partial drying around the edge of sections. However I have seen it even in
sections completely flooded.
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