Re: Glycerol

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I would have to agree with other reponses.  Glycerol would act as a
moisturized to keep the tissues from drying out.

Rande Kline HT (ASCP)
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Darren Grima <> on 08/27/56 07:31:36 AM

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Subject:  Glycerol

I was speaking to a friend of mine, whom works at Liverpool Histo and he
me that apparently Glycerol is added to 100% ethanol station or stations in
the tissue processor. Would anyone know why. I've never heard of this. Cya


Electron Microscope Unit
St. George Hospital
Kogarah NSW Australia

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