[Histonet] I have reviewed Re: Nair to soften nails & Re: Tough
Toenails in the archives. Ron Slyter recommend
lagehan <@t> hotmail.com
Fri May 7 15:13:28 CDT 2004
All we do is put the nail in a blob of nair for at least 24 hours.
Then process as usual. After processing you can trim the block at bit
and then ice it really well. It cuts beautifully. We get them on a
weekly basis and also do special stains on them as well. I think
that it is cheaper than Calcium Hydroxide. Hope that helps.
Loralee Gehan, HTL
Mid-Atlantic Pathology Services, Inc.
>From: Karen Wittler <kwittle <@t> jhmi.edu>
>To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
>Subject: [Histonet] I have reviewed Re: Nair to soften nails & Re:
Tough Toenails in the archives. Ron Slyter recommend
>Date: Fri, 07 May 2004 15:24:49 -0400
> I have reviewed Re: Nair to soften nails & Re: Tough Toenails in
>archives. Ron Slyter recommended using Calcium Hydroxide, the active
>ingredient in "Nair" to soften nails. Is there a procedure, a
> Su, Phy-Huynh recommended using 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane
>slides to aid in keeping toenail sections on the slide. As I do not
>a Histochemical Journal 1986 : 18 , I would appreciate some help with
>recommendations, or a proceedure. We silanized our slides many years
>but I do not remember how we made our solution.
> We are prepared to search through archived proceedure manuals, but
>perhaps input from others will provide more information than our old
>proceedures. Any help will be well appreciated.
> Thank you,
>Karen Wittler, HT(ASCP)
>Johns Hopkins Hospital
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