Go to Histonet Archives and look for Mickie Johnson's way of reprocessing
tissues. I think he also published this in Histo Logic, Sakura Finetek
website - it was a delightfully simple thing to do and you did not have to
remove the paraffin to do it. Hopefully, he is looking in and will help
with this again.
At 09:35 AM 5/4/2007, you wrote:
>I am reprocessing some tissues that did not process adequately and was
>curious as to if after they are followed backwards through xylene, 100,
>95, 80 and 70, could the tissues go back into formalin with no adverse
>affects? Would it be better to simply leave them in 70% for the weekend.
>The one thing I don't want to do on a Friday afternoon is to sit around
>and stay late to process tissues.
>Thanks for your help.
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