RE: [Histonet] calling all muscle folks... PHOS coverslipping
after applying the iodine and air drying, we use 85%
Karo syrup to put a coverslip on the slide. It stays
readable for about a weeek, but never gets solid and
of course, is not considered permanent. We have a big
gooey mess of PHOS slides in a drawer that are
I may try some glycerine.
Thanks for responding,
--- Celebre Julia wrote:
> Hi there...
> Just curious, when you do coverslip your
> Phosphorylases is this permanent?
> I personally don't coverslip mine, I grade them for
> the pathologist. But one
> of my co-workers would use a few drops of iodine
> with glycerine and place a
> coverslip on top...
> Julia Celebre MLT
> Anatomic Pathology
> Hamilton General Hospital
> 905-527-0271 ext46145
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> Subject: [Histonet] calling all muscle folks... PHOS
> Hello to all muscle pros.
> I was wondering what you are using to coverslip your
> amylo-phosphorylase (PHOS) slides? Any alternatives
> to 85% Karo syrup?
> Thanks in advance,
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