marking small sample for correct orientation

From:James Mubiru <>

<P>Dear all in histoland.</P> <P>I am a bit new to this the world of histolgy. I am doing work on mouse prostate tissue. ( mouse prostate is quite small). I cut it into different lobes and go ahead and manually process it for histology sections. I always encounter the problem of proper orientation. I always want to know which side is up or down. If anybody knows a simple way of marking the side not to cut, I would appreciate it. I have read about India Ink but I do not have it in my lab. I thought that somebody out there might know of a simple way of doing it.</P> <P>Thanks all of you</P> <P>James mubiru</P> <P>UTHSCSA </P> <P>Tx</P><p><br><hr size=1><b>Do You Yahoo!?</b><br> <a href="">Yahoo! Mail Personal Address</a> - Get email at your own domain with Yahoo! Mail.
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