RE: In-situ hybridization technique

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From:"Colbert, Laurie" <>
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When we do in-situ, we always get bubbles during the heating step as well.
I was told at one time that this was ok - just try not to get any bubbles
under the coverslip before the heating step.

Laurie Colbert
Burbank, CA

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From: Cynthia Favara []
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2000 9:33 PM
To: 'HistoNet Server'
Subject: In-situ hybridization technique

Did in-situ for the first time last week and would like to know how people
keep air bubbles from forming when the sections are heated. Had a terrible
Cynthia Favara 
903 South 4th Street 
Hamilton, MT 59840 
PH: 406-363-9317 
FAX: 406-363-9286 

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