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|From:||"John C. Dennis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
I've found, here in east Alabama where the humidity is varying degrees of
very high, that I have to fiddle with the chamber and block
temperatures. Usually, once you've found a good pair of temperatures,
then you have a reasonably narrow range of temperatures to play with.
John Carroll Dennis
Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology
109 Greene Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
On Wed, 27 Dec 2000, Terri Martin wrote:
> I have just joined the list server, so I apologize if people have addressed
> this question earlier. It would also be great if there were a way for me to
> look at past communications on this topic since I am not sure how to do so.
> I am cutting rat spinal cord on a cryostat-14um sections, at minus 20
> degrees C. The block is rather big with lots of cord mounted (perpendicular
> to the chuck). I am having trouble with wrinkling and bubbles.
> Therese Martin, MT
> Neuromics Incorporated
> 1313 5th St. SE Suite 113
> Minneapolis, MN 55414
> Phone: (612) 379-3604
> Fax: (612) 379-3605
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