Re: [Histonet] decalcification

From:Rene J Buesa

Yes, they need to be decalcified, gently though!
If you use an acid decalcifier (like "RDO") you may want to dilute it in half and check the bones for flexibility more often than usual.
Rene J.

pex  wrote:
Dear all,

I have a question about decalcification. I have got some bone tissues 
(such as femur) from newborn pups, I would like to know if they need to 
be decalcified before paraffin embedding.

Thanks a lot.

Guofeng



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