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Rene J Buesa rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Fri Nov 16 07:24:14 CST 2007

Daily, as a standard procedure, the HT embedding waited until s/he finished, gathered all the molds, place them in the metal cassettes baskets and into the tissue processor and started the cleaning cycle.
  We always preferred to start embedding the next day with clean molds, without any paraffin particles attached. They look much better and is something obteinable without any additional reagent expense or time.
  René J.

Ernestine Middleton <ernestinemiddleton <@t> yahoo.ca> wrote:
Are any of lab using the cleaning cycle in the processor for cleaning their metal mold? Please comment .

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