[Histonet] Histology Resin
beyer_janina <@t> yahoo.com.au
Thu Sep 2 00:44:25 CDT 2004
Hi I am a newcomer and have just discovered Histonet.
I have started an honours thesis in Tasmania, Australia, and will be looking at sex differentiation in the common carp.
I have been told that paraffin is not the best embedding method for fish embryos and problems with sectioning the yolk part occurs. It was recommended to me to use methyl methacrylate monomer and Benzoyl peroxide as a medium.
I was wondering if anyone had used this for embedding embryos, and weather it is recommended? I am also looking at undertaking some immunohistochemistry with these samples, will that be a problem?
I would be grateful for any advice, or even references that you can suggest that may be helpful.
University of Tasmania
CSIRO Marine Research
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