RE: [Histonet] chattering

From:"Mike Pence"

Chatter can be from a number of reasons.

Loose knife blade.  Angle of knife not correct.  Too "dry" of tissue.
(over fixed)  Speed the tissue is cut across the blade.  The material
the tissue is embedded in.  The size of the tissue being cut.  C.L.
Sturkey, Inc.  Lebanon, PA. USA put out a paper about microtomy
trouble-shooting guide. See if you can locate that for reference.


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of I-sanna
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 3:16 PM
Subject: [Histonet] chattering

Hi everyone, my problem is more chattering of the bat brain tissue
rather than cracking.  Does chattering occur easily with the bat brain?
Waht are the causes of this chattering and how can I prevent it?
  I-sanna Gibbons, DVM
  Veterinary Anatomy
  School of Veterinary Medicine
  The University of the West Indies
  Trinidad and Tobago, W.I.

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