[Histonet] Has anyone done a comprehensive study on fixatives?
Malcolm.McCallum <@t> tamut.edu
Fri Jun 23 08:41:56 CDT 2006
I believe this kind of information was present in some of the old histotechnique textbooks. Whether they have done it recently to include modern fixatives I don't know, but it seems that companies producing this stuff would advertise the results if they are good!
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Subject: [Histonet] Has anyone done a comprehensive study on fixatives?
Has there ever been a comprehensive study done on fixatives? For
instance, the differences between fixation with formalin, different
kinds of alcohol or other fixatives? Specifically, is one fixative
better for IHC? If a paper has been done and published, anyone know
where it might be? I tried a pubmed search and was relatively
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