[Histonet] Re: microchatter

Malam Jacqueline Jacqueline.Malam <@t> rli.mbht.nhs.uk
Mon Oct 17 03:14:59 CDT 2005

I have noticed that, if blocks with glandular components are trimmed then
put on an ice tray that has not had time to thaw and produce a film of water
on the surface (either naturally or by pouring some water onto the tray),
microchatters are more likely to form - ie, the blocks are too cold. Hope
this helps 

Jacqui Malam

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