[Histonet] Frozen tissue storage in "Cryosettes"

Gayle Callis 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 
purchasing information.

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:
>Hi Gayle
>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.
>Christie Gowan
>>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.
>>Gayle Callis
>>Research Histopathology Supervisor
>>Veterinary Molecular Biology
>>Montana State University - Bozeman
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