I have just sent some pdf and word formated documants to your personel
e-mail address on microcapsulate diet study results in aquatic animals.
Please let me know if you get the files.
Ercument GENC (PhD)
Program of Fish Diseases
Department of Aquaculture
College of Fisheries
University of Mustafa Kemal
31034 Tayfur Sokmen Campus
Antakya, Hatay, Turkey
Phone: (WK) +90 326 2455816/1302
(CEL.)+90 543 7641578
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From: Jose Luis Palazon Fernandez [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 12:40 PM
Not really an Histology question, but related. A colleague, who is working
with diets for fish larvae wants to put fluorescein (FITC)as a marker in the
food (microcapsules) for fish larvae, and after to measure the fluorescence.
She would like to store the samples in some way until the measurements of
fluorescence. The question is, does fluorescein would be afected by the
storing of the sample? (she said to me she could freeze, freeze-dry, or
maybe fix, in this last case, what would be the best fixative?). I have
never worked with fluorescence, so I decided to ask the experts. Any advice
will be welcome.
thanks in advance
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