RE: wet tissue storage

From:Nick Bullough

Hi Nadine,

One place I worked used heavy duty heat seal bags with 10%NBF. They stored a
great deal of working tissue for studies in this format and it worked very
well. Very few leaks and saves a lot of space.


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	nadine none []
> Sent:	10 June 2002 19:59
> To:
> Subject:	wet tissue storage
> this question  is mostly directed to anyone in reasurch, but any one with
> information is welcome to answer. 
> does any one use any other type of container for wet tissue storage
> besides specimin containers. and how well does it seal( does it leak at
> all? and what type of fixative do you sugest to store it in, besides 10%
> nutral buffered formalin. any responce would be great!!
> thanks,
>  Nadine 
> HT student
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