Re: Xylene substitutes
I have been using Thermo
Shandon's Xylene Substitute (HistoSolve) for approximately 10 years. We
use it in the processor and on the stainging lines of our routine stains and our
IHC. We have had no problems or complaints in using it. If you are
looking for a substitute I would highly recommend it. It is not greasy nor
is it citrus smelling.
Hope this helps.
Dawn Schneider, HT(ASCP)
Howard Young Medical Center
Does anyone know of any "great"
We need one that is good for all aspects of
Processing, staining, coverslipping. It can't
have a terrible
citrus smell (tried one like that and it was
be ok to use with IHC. Our safety officer wants
us to try
"safer" clearing agents.
Thanks for any input you can give
Parrish Medical Center
Titusville, Florida 32796
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