[Histonet] RNA later

Tony Henwood AnthonyH <@t> chw.edu.au
Wed Aug 9 18:16:47 CDT 2006

A quick rinse in water is good, followed by an hour or so infiltration
with OCT solution (about a 30-60% solution in water) should improve the


Tony Henwood JP, MSc, BAppSc, GradDipSysAnalys, CT(ASC)
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Hi everyone,
There was a thread earlier this year involving treatment of RNA-later
stored tissue such that it can be embedded and cut without fracturing.
I found one answer on the archives referring to a quick cold DEPC water
rinse prior to OCT.  Does anyone else have any advice as to how they
have handled this?
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