Yes - for the last 27 years, but never at 70C. We have a dry air
incubator set at 60C, just enough to melt the paraffin on sections. This
incubator is also used to melt paraffin in a metal beaker in case we need
to top off our processor paraffins. Drying time is usually 45 min or so
for sections on well drained Plus charge slides, and drying of slides has
At 04:58 PM 3/14/2007, you wrote:
>Has anyone ever used a 60C- 70C incubator to dry histology slides? Would
>the non-circulation of heated air cause inadequate drying of slides???
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