[Histonet] "Flying" brains !!

Jennifer MacDonald JMacDonald <@t> mtsac.edu
Mon Feb 28 15:53:15 CST 2005

I would not recommend spraying any type of aerosol into a chamber 
containing unfixed tissue.

Jennifer MacDonald

Kelly D Mcqueeney <kelly.mcqueeney <@t> bms.com> 
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02/28/2005 11:57 AM

Dianne Holmes <dholmes <@t> anatomy.umsmed.edu>
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Re: [Histonet] "Flying" brains !!

Hi Diane,
There is a static guard you can spray in the cryostat.  If the cryostat 
has a vacuum, it may be affecting your cutting because you have not set 
your cutting window correctly..

Dianne Holmes wrote:

>HELP!  a colleague is cutting rat brains on a cryostat and is having a
>terrible time with static causing the sections to "jump and fly" around
>in the cryo-cabinet.  Has anyone got a remedy for reducing the static ?
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