[Histonet] Re: IHC slides and sections

From:Gayle Callis

Erie's new EXEL slides (I may have spelled that incorrectly), they also 
make slides for microarray work - give them a call.
Newcomers Supply has slides they maintain are more than just Plus charge - 
they have a website.

Superfrost Gold although these are touted for use with frozen sections and 
not necessarily paraffin sections, but they are as described, pricey little 
gold nuggets.  Some have used these for paraffin and thought it improved 
holding onto section.  You can find these comments in Histonet Archives.

At 01:04 PM 1/19/2006, you wrote:
>  So what slides are the most adhesive? I only knew about the Superfrost + 
> slides. Are there more brands??
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>From: Osborn, Sharon 
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>Subject: [Histonet] IHC slides and sections
>Thanks a bunch for all the wonderful suggestions.  We tried several of the
>suggestions and sections still came off.  The charged slides were still 'in
>date'.  We switched to a different slide and the sections remaned on.  The
>charged slides have different "stickiness" depending upon the vendor.  In
>the past  we have used some slides that were 4-5 years old and the
>stickiness was still present-excellent charge retention I guess.  However,
>we now have solved the problem with a stickier slide on the charge.  Your
>suggestions are helpful for our use overall and several are being implement
>as a regular protocol.
>Have a great weekend!   And, again THANKS!
>Sharon Osborn
>DNAX, SP BioPharma
>Palo Alto, CA
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Gayle Callis HTL, HT, MT(ASCP)
Research Histopathology Supervisor
Veterinary Molecular Biology
Montana State University
Bozeman MT 59717

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