Re: Buffered Formic Acid Decal Recipe
I make up 3 liters of formic acid and 3 liters of Sodium Formate at a time
because it is easier to handle and store. You probably know you only put
them together in equal parts when you put them on a specimen.
The formate takes a bit of stirring to desolve. I make them up in used
Sodium Formate 204.6g in 3 liters of water.
Formic Acid 1050 Formic and 1950 of water.
I am going to start to use EDTA on my specimens for
IHC. I just got a free sample and will test it on larger specimens..pig
parts. I imagine it will take a while. I may ask for some advice.
Hope this helps.
On Thu, 6 Dec 2001, Harvey, Jennifer wrote:
> > ----------
> > From: Harvey, Jennifer
> > Sent: Tuesday, December 4, 2001 4:21 PM
> > To: 'Histonet'
> > Subject: Buffered Formic Acid Decal Recipe
> > Histonet,
> > I am looking for a buffered formic acid decal recipe to decal mouse bones
> > that we are going to do immuno on. We usually use EDTA but this project we
> > don't have the time.
> > Any help would be much appreciated.
> > Jennifer Harvey
> > PS Sorry if you got this 2 times but I havent seen it come across histonet
> > yet.
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