Re: [Histonet] acetone fixed frozen sections

From:Rene J Buesa

The antigens in any section (even FFPE) kept in the air will start to oxidize and the IHC reaction will weaken in noticeable way after just 1 week.
  René J.

Kimberly Tuttle  wrote:
Can acetone fixed frozen sections be air dried and stored at room temperature? How long are they good at room temperature? For IHC.

Kimberly C. Tuttle HT (ASCP)
Pathology Biorepository and Research Core
University of Maryland 
Room NBW58, UMMC
22 S. Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 328-5524
(410) 328-5508 fax 

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