gcallis <@t> montana.edu
Tue Mar 6 14:20:45 CST 2007
I did a compromise, angled the biopsy in the block so I could gently
stretch it on the water bath. We sectioned at 2 um, could do 1 um, and
used a harder paraffin with either high profile or low profile blades,
Accuedge from Sakura always gave us superb sections.
At 12:37 PM 3/6/2007, you wrote:
>A quite simple question:
>What is the better way of block-orientation in a rotation-microtome for
>kidney needle biopsies?
>With the biopsy parallel or normal to the knife? To get a good ribbon
>without wrinkels in the tissue?
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