Re: Chrome Alum in Water Baths
|From:||Laurence Reilly <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
G'day Laurie and Histonetters,
Our waterbaths contain only distilled water and we sub slides with
Glycerine/Albumen for brains, bones, hyperkeratotic skins etc.
The sections are dried in an oven with an internal fan at 60C for 30
minutes. We don't use hotplates.
At 01:31 28/06/01 -0700, Laurie Colbert wrote:
>How many people out there do not use anything (gelatin, chrome alum,
>etc.) in their waterbaths for routine surgicals? Do you use regular or
>positively-charged slides? How long do you leave slides on the hot
>plate and/or leave in the oven before staining? Do you have problems
>with the tissue falling off?
>Huntington Memorial Hospital
Histotechnologist. Ph 07 4781 4468
Physiology & Pharmacology Fax 07 4779 1526
Aust.Inst.of Tropical Vet.& Animal Sc.
James Cook University email@example.com
Townsville Qld. 4811
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