Re: michele's fixative
|From:||N Kenneison <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
For those in the UK Quantum have just bought something that is
"supposed" to preserve tissue (not fix) tissue such as lymph node, skin
and renal biopsies for IHC/ICC not sure about fluorescence and can't
remeber the name - on ethin gthough it is nt cheap.
In message <Pine.SOL.email@example.com>, J.
A. Kiernan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>On Fri, 12 Jan 2001 DDittus787@aol.com wrote:
>> Michele's fixative can be bulked purchased or even small quantities from
>> Poly-Scientific, at a good price and has a shelf life of about a year.
>I've missed a lot of HistoNet messages lately, but could someone
>please give all of us chapter and verse for this Michele's fixative?
>What's in it, and what's it used for, and where is the published
>evidence for its merits relative to other fixatives?
>Sorry if I'm repeating a well-worn theme. If the answers are
>all in the archives, let me and all others know! Our universiy's
>computer dept has now repealed its exclusion of swmed.edu and many
>other university servers that would not (if I understand it rightly)
>spend about $1500 a year to meet the ORB standards for refusing
>to relay spam. Here we were almost completely free of spam while
>the exclusion was in force. If every server cleaned up its open
>relays and passed the ORB test we would all get better service.
>If you've read this far and forgotten, this message's principal
>purpose is to ask for the recipe for Michelse's fixative, with
>references. Enough said!
> John A. Kiernan,
> Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology,
> The University of Western Ontario,
> LONDON, Canada N6A 5C1
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