[Histonet] Air bubbles
Rene J Buesa
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Thu Mar 13 10:24:09 CDT 2008
That does not sound stupid, less mounting medium than required cause bubbles formation, as well as too tick mounting medium.
Emily Sours <talulahgosh <@t> gmail.com> wrote:
This may sound kind of stupid, but I always thought it might be
because more mounting media was needed when coverslipping. A lab down
the hall used the same protocol as ours and always had air bubbles
after a week. They only used two drops of media for coverslipping,
but we use four to five.
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