[Histonet] Hematoxylin to dark on some slides

Kemlo Rogerson Kemlo.Rogerson <@t> waht.swest.nhs.uk
Fri Nov 9 07:31:32 CST 2007

Why would they cut thicker sections at night? If they couldn't see the
thickness knob and changed it they would sometimes have thick and thin
sections. Is it warmer at night? Do the night people stain using a
different procedure?

Or the slice thickness

At 8:03 AM +0000 11/9/07, Kemlo Rogerson wrote:
>You mean you stain at the same time and those cut at night are staining

>darker with haematoxylin than those cut during the day. If you are 
>staining those cut at night, also at night, maybe you can't see the 

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