RE: [Histonet] coverslippers

From:"Bonner, Janet"

Florida Tech begs to differ!  We had a horrible time with the slides where we used tape coverslipping.  About five years after they were made the tissue lifted with the tape.  We are now using the glass coverslippers.
Janet L. Bonner, HTL (ASCP)
Pathology Laboratory
Florida Hospital Winter Park  


From: on behalf of
Sent: Sun 8/17/2008 12:32 PM
Subject: [Histonet] coverslippers

   If you live in an area where the humidity is high, tape is OK.  If your
climate tends to be drier, I would go with a glass coverslipper.  Our experience
has been that the tape pulls away from the slide taking the tissue with it.=20
At that point it is almost impossible to save your slide.

Debbie Nannenga, HTL, QIHC
InCyte Pathology
Spokane Valley, WA

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