RE: transporting samples in formalin

From:Roberta Horner <rjr6@psu.edu>


When we send samples in formalin the jars are placed in a ziplock bag with
absorbant padding then in a box then in a second box.  I believe this is the
regulation requirements for shipping hazardous liquid.  The outside box gets
a formalin warning sticker on it.
Roberta Horner HTL
Animal Diagnostic Lab
Penn State University


hi

does anyone have any suggestions on transporting tissue samples which are in
NBF? They are currently in jars, and i need to FedEx them to a
collaborator's
lab as they are (ie, non-embedded). Is it even ok to send anything in
formalin
via courier?

thanks,
-Tahir








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