[Histonet] Tissue Array

Histo Jock histojock <@t> hotmail.com
Fri May 7 19:03:31 CDT 2004

You might want to be careful using Zymed's arrays. I don't think they are 
made with the standard coring method. Rather, I think that they use some 
sort of melting / re-embedding process that can effect staining down the 


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Hi Yan Gao,

I think you should contact Zymed. They have very high
quality Tissue Microarray, especially the human ones.


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Subject: [Histonet] Tissue array

   Hi, Histonet.
   I  am interested to get a few tissue array for
different human cancers
   and cell array from human tumor cell lines.  Any

   Yan Gao

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