h2o bath surface/ small biopsies
|From:||Mary Lou Norman <email@example.com>|
2 new (?) ideas.........
for the water bath I've always used old telephone books.
for small biopsies, lens paper folded over a couple of times. It does
not unfold in the cassette.
>Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2001 09:35:57 +0100
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>From: Neuropathology <Neuropath.Frenchay@dial.pipex.com>
>Subject: Re: Small biopsies and hard scratchy toilet paper
>To: Histonet <email@example.com>
>Also great for skimming the surface of water baths. It was a great
>dissapointment to me when I could no longer find a supplier in the U.K.
>What it was least useful for, of course, was it's intended purpose.
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2001 11:49 PM
>Subject: RE: Small biopsies
> > Tracey Gunn writes:
> > >A very cheap paper to use for small biopsies is the very hard and
> > toilet paper!<
> > Good idea. It is easy to find, being available in virtually all
> > institutional lavatories!
> > David A. Reynolds, HT(ASCP)
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