RE: Tissue Adhesion for Immunos

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From:"Shotsberger-Gray, Wanda" <> (by way of histonet)
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We use the hideously expensive, but worth every penny (at least in our lab),
Gold Plus slides made by Erie and distributed by lots of folks (Allegience,
to name but one).  We have little trouble with slides washing off since we
switched to these, and they even hold cervical cone sections on through ISH
Wanda Shotsberger
Harris Methodist Hospital
Fort Worth TX
From: Joyce Friedland
Subject: Tissue Adhesion for Immunos
Date: Thursday, December 02, 1999 2:43PM

What methods are all the experts out there using to keep tissue from
loosening, folding over and falling off during Immunoperoxidase
procedures?? The biggest problem is during antigen retrieval using citrate
buffer in the microwave.


*  Joyce Friedland                 *
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