[Histonet] bx sponges VS no bx sponges

From:"Snider, Deanna"

I too have found this to be true with bx sponges also. I work with
clinically engineered skin, which is much thinner than normal human
skin.  The specimens had to be kept flat. The sponges created all kinds
issues.   I ran across a product, called a bx capsule, which is a mesh
screen that folds shut(like the bx cassettes).  The tissue is held
securely, and flat, and the carryover is decreased dramatically and
there is no artifact. You can order these from several vendors. 

Shriners Hospital for Children
Research Dept.
Cincinnatti, Oh

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