I haven't done this in years. I came in this a.m. to find the tissues on my processor suspended in air over the first absolute alcohol station. Apparently, the machine, a Shandon Citadel 2000, was moved too close to a wall and stuck as it tried to rotate. I have about 100 xenografts to rescue. Right now they all look and feel like bb's. My plan is to rehydrate them and reprocess them, but I have my doubts as to the quality of the morphology and any subsequent IHC. As I said, I haven't screwed up a basket of tissue in years and years - so I would appreciate any new ideas on possibly saving these tumors. Thanks in advance.