[Histonet] Advice on cutting Olfactory sections
I am applying for part-time histology job where I will be cutting paraffin sections of the olfactory area of mice. I've never cut decalcified bone before. I have cut tissue where I just allow them to float on puddles of warm water (while on slide warmer) and other tissue where I allow them to float in a waterbath before placing on a slide. But these have to be serial sections, so I don't see them being floating sections. Anyway, anyone's expertise and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Ms. Gareth B. Davis
Research Assistant II
Neuro-magnetics Division of
the Department of Neurology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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