RE: tape transfer method

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Date:Thu, 03 Jun 1999 16:37:48 -0600
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You can improve that situation by putting your slide after it has been uv
exposed on dry ice before removing the tape.  Just let it sit on the dry ice
for several minutes before removing the tape, it is never perfect but this
helped me with the problem you described.
Patsy Ruegg

		-----Original Message-----
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		Sent:	Thursday, June 03, 1999 7:05 AM
		Subject:	tape transfer method

		Hello all,  I have the tape system and it works fairly well
at cutting
		bone.  But do any of the users of this system have trouble
with the tape
		window pulling off some of the bone as it is removed?  The
bone appears
		stippled or irregular and has holes in it.  Please help!
Thanks,  John

		John A. Baker
		The University of Michigan
		Orthopaedic Research Laboratories
		Histology Unit
		400 North Ingalls, G161
		Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0486
		my office 734-936-1635
		lab office 734-763-9674


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