RE: very large parffin embedment molds
|From:||"Featherstone, Annette" |
We do some pretty large bone specimens and we use whatever we can find,
boxes,containers, anything that will fit the specimen. We also cut our own
coverslips from larger ones to fit the tissue. As for cassettes gutter
guard, that material which is used to keep leaves and debris out of gutters,
works wonderful. Never, ever, decal in it however.
Kaleida Health Buffalo NY
From: kwalters [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 14:28
Subject: very large parffin embedment molds
I have to embed some sheep organs, whole. Does anyone know of a source for
large embedment molds, slides, coverslips, cassettes, etc.?
Also, what is the stratagy for large organs? Is drying out the edges while
the middle is infiltrating a problem, if so how does one get around it?
Thanks for your help,
Kathy Walters //
Central Microscopy Research Facility / /
85 EMRB / /\
University of Iowa / /\ \
Iowa City, Iowa 52242 / / \ \
Phone #: (319) 335-8142 / / \ \
Fax #: (319) 384-4469 ______ ((0))
email: Katherine-Walters@uiowa.edu |__| / /
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