Re: [Histonet] Room temperature

From:Rene J Buesa

Donna:
  We always had 75 ║F at our lab, and that was also the temperature of our blocks room (were we kept 9 years worth of regular blocks + all the "saves for ever").
  If the temperature at your lab is maintained constant, it does not matter much which, your IHC procedures will be run at such a temp. and your protocols will be "self corrected" to it, meaning that when you select a dilution rate, the temperature effect will be "implicitly" included.
  RenÚ J.
  

donna rossi  wrote:
  
Hi Everyone in Histoland!

Can someone please tell me what is the correct room temperature range
for a histology lab that has an autoimmunostainer located within it.
Also, at what temperature should paraffin blocks be stored at?
Thanks, Donna ,SRHS
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