Re: Sectioning Nondecalcified Mouse Bone

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From:Alan Bright <>, Histo-Scientific Research Laboratory <>
Date:Thu, 03 Jun 1999 10:35:07 +0100
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Hi Tom,

No vibratome sectioning is not your only choice, this type of sectioning is
easily achieved on a Cryostat that is capable of sectioning hard specimens
with the addition of a Tungsten Carbide knife. Hacker Instruments on
Tel. (973) 226-8450 or 1-800-4-HACKER
Fax. (973) 808-8281

can supply you with all the information you require, and details from their
large range of Hacker-Bright Cryostats.

Best Regards

Alan Bright

Bright Instrument Co.Ltd.
St Margarets Way
PE18 6EB

Tel No; 01480 454528
Fax No;01480 456031
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From: Histo-Scientific Research Laboratory <>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, June 03, 1999 03:07
Subject: Sectioning Nondecalcified Mouse Bone

>Any suggestions on how to section non-decalcified mouse (femur and sternum)
>bones?  The client does not want them decalcified because he is afraid he
>will ruin his statistical measurements.  Is vibratome sectioning our only
>choice?  Any comments would be appreciated.
>-Tom Galati
>Histo-Scientific Research Labs.

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