Re: [Histonet] Processing Animal Tissues

From:Amy Porter

Our laboratory processes most everything together without any difficulties.  The only items we process separately are very large specimens which need extended processing times (half of a canine kidney, thats how large).  Our routine is mouse, rat, feline, canine, porcine, bovine, equine....etc.  Hope this helps out.

Denise Piontek  wrote:
Does any one process multiple species on the same processing program?
Interested to hear what species are combined? Thanks for your help,

Denise Bland-Piontek, HTL(ASCP)CTBNS(AATB)
Histology Supervisor

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Amy S.Porter, HT(ASCP), QIHC
Laboratory Supervisor
Michigan State University - Department of Physiology
Division of Human Pathology 
Investigative Histopathology Laboratory
2201 Biomedical Physical Sciences  Room 2133
East Lansing, MI  48824-3320
Ph:  517-355-6475 ext 1480/1481
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