Re: [Histonet] frozen tissue organization

From:Rene J Buesa

I used to store the individual specimens in small plastic bags (2" x 3") with a label inside (visible by transparency).
  These bags were placed in rows in small cardoard boxes. The boxes were identified with the sequence of specimens numbers. Each carboard box had a cover.
  No more than 100 specimens per box.
  René J.

"Horn, Hazel V"  wrote:
  Our frozen tissue bank is a mess. I am trying to organize this project
and I am looking for a way to store frozen tissue samples so they can be
organized and easily retrieved. How do others handle this problem?

Hazel Horn

Hazel Horn, HT/HTL (ASCP)

Supervisor of Histology

Arkansas Children's Hospital

800 Marshall Slot 820

Little Rock, AR 72202

phone 501.364.4240

fax 501.364.3912

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