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<!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en"> <html> Hi, <br>    To answer this question anyone interested should read the article in the latest <u>Microscopy Today</u>, Jan. 2000, issue #00-1. "Formaldehyde, Formalin, Paraformaldehyde and Gluteraldehyde: What they are and what they do" by John Kiernan. (GREAT article John, thanks) <br>    This explains polymerization of formaldehyde, and the reactions these polymers have on proteins. <br>Amos Brooks <p> wrote: <blockquote TYPE=CITE>I thought there was little or no difference between 4% paraformaldehyde and <br>10% neutral buffered formalin.  Will a chemist step in and resolve my <br>confusion?? <p>>Date: 11 Feb 2000 05:34:11 -0600 <br>>From: "Shelton, John" <> <br>>Subject: FLT-1/FLK-1 ISH <p>>Some suggestions: <br>>#225# Paraformaldehyde instead of formalin <p>>John Shelton <br>>Research Scientist <br>>UT Southwestern <br>>(214)648-1451</blockquote> </html>
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