AW: [Histonet] frozens from lung-tissue
gu.lang <@t> gmx.at
Fri Nov 23 09:56:10 CST 2007
Sure, you are right. I hoped to go a step up on the ladder of quality with
some small changes in our method, because we are not familiar with the real
snap-freezing. For all other tissues the simple method is good enough, just
the lung makes a headache. And this special situation only occurs once in
two months and only with our primarius (head of institute).
Von: Kemlo Rogerson [mailto:Kemlo.Rogerson <@t> waht.swest.nhs.uk]
Gesendet: Freitag, 23. November 2007 16:24
An: gu.lang <@t> gmx.at
Cc: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Betreff: RE: [Histonet] frozens from lung-tissue
My original question was, how to get the best frozen lung-slides without
the use of liquid nitrogen or isopentan. - just with the cryocut, chucks
and OCT. The pathologist complains about "overfrozen" edges and a bad
overall morphology. I will ask him for more descriptionary details or
get a picture. Thank you for your hints.
But that's the thing I'm struggling with. Liquid nitrogen with or
without 'additives' is the best way of reducing ice artefact, so by not
using it I expect you to get worse results. If you want 'better'
morphology then post fix.
DD 01934 647057 or extension 3311
Mob 07749 754194; Pager 07659 597107;
The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking places.
This e-mail is confidential and privileged. If you are not the intended
recipient please accept my apologies; please do not disclose, copy or
distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on
its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful.
Please inform me that this message has gone astray before deleting it.
Thank you for your co-operation
More information about the Histonet