[Histonet] Frozen tissue storage in "Cryosettes"
gcallis <@t> montana.edu
Fri Oct 27 14:47:39 CDT 2006
On IHC World, webpage with Protocol Database, a little advertisement for
frozen tissue storage. The cryosette is a round lid, with square back
that has label on end. Clicked on box, and a photograph came up, plus
Can you fit an OCT embedded block into the cassette? The photograph was
not very clear on this, but they do send samples.
At 01:20 PM 10/27/2006, you wrote:
>Where in IHC world did you see a reference to cryosettes. We use something
>called a cryosette and I was wondering if it is the same thing? If it is,
>I will be happy to tell you of our experiences with them.
>>From: Gayle Callis <gcallis <@t> montana.edu>
>>To: Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
>>Subject: [Histonet] Frozen tissue storage in "Cryosettes"
>>Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2006 11:46:05 -0600
>>Cruising IHC world, came across a cassette for frozen tissue or frozen
>>block(?) storage, a minicontainer called a Cryosette. It looks promising
>>as a little storage unit for those shopping around or asking for such an item.
>>If anyone has tried them, comments would be welcome.
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