[Histonet] Frozen Section for Muscles

Vinnie Della Speranza dellav <@t> musc.edu
Wed Jan 4 14:18:01 CST 2006

Ice crystals are often the result of one's technique in freezing the sample.
you can find two great articles by Gayle Callis in HistoLogic, Spring and Autumn Issues, 2004


Vinnie Della Speranza
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>>> "Conlon, Paula F." <Paula.F.Conlon <@t> Lahey.org> 01/04/06 01:45PM >>>
Having a problem with ice crystals showing up on a special stains done on frozen sectoin slides.  
Moisture is coming from a few sources.  We are trying to eliminate these sources. Any suggestions as how to get rid of these crystals would be appreciated.

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