Re: ER/PR, Her2 Regulatory Questions

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From:"ANN MARUSKA" <amarusk1@FAIRVIEW.ORG> (by way of histonet)
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I agree with Amos' reply and do pretty much the same thing in our lab -
being able to follow the instructions to a "T" is a must.  However, we
mount a patient test tissue on the same slide as a control tissue (one
>from our lab) in addition to the validation.  Just an extra step to make
sure everything has worked fine and the slide layout was correct.
As a side note, we just learned about a month or two ago that the
validation slides should also be refrigerated.  Up until then we had been
holding them at room temp. and using one for the daily run.
Ann Maruska
Fairview-University Med Ctr
Mpls. MN

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