Re[2]: murine tissue processing, interesting thought

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From:"Jeff Crews"<> (by way of histonet)
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     We've traditionally stored our tissues (both animal tissues and
     engineered tissue constructs) in PBS in the refrigerator after
     formalin fixation. The residual traces of formalin seem to inhibit any
     bacterial growth; at least we've never seen any. They generally get
     processed within a week or so.

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Subject: RE: murine tissue processing, interesting thought
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Date:    11/19/1999 2:36 PM

Gayle et al,

So if I'm not to store the tissues after fixation in 70% alcohol, what
should I store them in?  PBS with Azide?


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