[Histonet] eugenol questions

Mary Lou mlm11 <@t> cornell.edu
Fri Dec 5 12:02:34 CST 2003

Thanks, George. Now the next question should be how critical is it and do 
you suppose it can be left out of the procedure I listed below?
Thanks, again........Mary Lou

>Mary Lou;
>Eugenol---clove oil---was a common reagent in the old days----see Gray's
>Microtomists Formulary and Guide----it was a favorite clearing agent,
>and it  was used as a solvent in many a classical mixture, --and it was
>used on  nitrocellulose preparations, and for sectioning them.  John
>Kiernon will be along any minute with the additional 999 uses.
>geoergecole <@t> ev1.net
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>Dear Histonetters,
>I had never heard of eugenol before the above procedure. Could someone
>explain the importance of it please?  My search has not shown a
>connection, just use in perfume, as a dental analgesic, and insect
>Mary Lou Norman
>College of Veterinary Medicine
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