RE: [Histonet] fibrin for cell blocks

From:"Webster, Paul"

 This article describs the fibrin embedding method in detail. =0D
Raska I, Pliss A, Mandys V, Risueno MC, Lojda Z. 1998. Processing of free cells for electron microscopy using a fibrin clot. Acta Histochem. 1998 Jul;100(3):309-13.


Paul Webster.

Paul Webster, Ph.D.
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> From: on behalf of LINDA MARGRAF
> Sent: 	Wednesday, August 18, 2004 1:28 PM
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> Subject: 	[Histonet] fibrin for cell blocks
> Dear Histonetters: 
> Does anyone have experience using fibrin or another substance as a
> matrix to add a cell suspension to when  making cell blocks.  My
> colleague wants to make cell blocks to section and stain for a research
> study but there will only be a small amount of cellular material.  She
> remembers seeing this done in the past but needs to know where to obtain
> the reagnets and what procedures to follow. Thanks so much
> Linda M
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