Re: transporting samples in formalin
|From:||"P. Emry" <email@example.com>|
I used to ship large numbers of nbf fixed specimens just by emptying the
containers. They're fixed and will be wet enough to keep moist for a long
time. Some small ones I wrapped in cheese cloth wet with nbf.
some presevatives you can put in after fixed with nbf.
2-Phenoxy-ethanol used at 1% dilution has worked well for me. (sigma
P-1126). Prefer fix has been great for us. Wouldn't go back to nbf for
U of Washington, Seattle
On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, Tahir Mahmood wrote:
> 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?
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