Re: soaking blocks
|From:||Connie McManus <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
you soak your blocks for 10-15 MINUTES???? wow. I work with vet stuff,
too and find that only the livers, spleens and sometimes kidneys (if
there is a lot of blood in them) are about the only tissues I soak. And
I only soak for 10-30 SECONDS. I try to minimize soaking, but for
bloody, friable tissues, it can't be helped.
Renee Escalona wrote:
> I'll have to admit, soaking blocks over night on ice does seem a little excessive. I work in a veterinary lab so of course all we do is process and cut animal tissue. I would say that on average we let our blocks soak and chill for about 10-15 minutes.
> Renee Escalona, BS, HTL(ASCP)
> Diagnostic Laboratory Supervisor
> Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Lab
> College Station, TX
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