Fwd: [Histonet] Mouse liver fixation

Ian Montgomery ian.montgomery <@t> bio.gla.ac.uk
Tue Feb 1 06:51:36 CST 2005

         For routine Histology I found the best fixative for mouse liver 
was Susa.

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>Dear All
>Thanks for your great advice last time on fixing mouse lungs. You'll be 
>glad to know we've got it working and have some nice H+E slides and the 
>immunos will be staring soon.
>Can you help again? My boss has decided to look at the mouse's liver as 
>well (poor thing!) and I'd be grateful if you have any tips on fixing 
>liver. Can you just remove the liver and place it in a vial of formalin or 
>does it need perfused etc?
>Looking forward to hearing from you all again.
>Andrew MacDuff
>Clinical Research Fellow
>Wilkie Laboratory
>Medical School
>Edinburgh University
>Teviot Place
>andrew.macduff <@t> ed.ac.uk
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