RE: Processing rat brain
Spent many an unhappy hour doing that. Human cerebellum and foetal brain
being remebered with particular horror! Though I would be only to happy to
teach the technique - I suspect the researcher would not be happy to learn.
If she has any sense that is.
From: Smith, Allen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 15 July 2002 15:16
Subject: RE: Processing rat brain
Although it is time-consuming, good sections that float off can be processed
manually, using a bent glass rod. (Heat the tip of stirring rod and jam it
against a heat-resistant table top to make a bent rod.)
Allen A. Smith, Ph.D.
School of Graduate Medical Sciences
Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
Miami Shores, Florida 33161-6695
Sent: Monday, July 15, 2002 8:46 AM
Subject: Processing rat brain
My apologies for raising this old chestnut again but I would like to know
the details of a good schedule for processing rat brain slices. I have a
researcher with a floating section problem rather than the usual brittle
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