Re: Fixing for Cryosections
|From:||Amos & Theresa <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Fix 'em first. Ideally they won't warm up prior to storage, but I like to
err on the side of caution. If they do warm up there will not be as much damage
to the sections if they are already fixed.
"Su, Phy-Huynh" wrote:
> Dear Histonetters,
> I would like to ask a question please. After cryosectioning and air-drying
> the slides, would that be better to fix them before storing them at -80
> degree C, or just store them then fix them just before doing IHC later?
> Thank you for the information.
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