[Histonet] marker resistant to triton

Victoria Baker bakevictoria <@t> gmail.com
Fri Mar 14 07:53:38 CDT 2008


The Securline marker will fade but it does stay on.  The only other
one I can think of is #2 pencil, last resort a diamond pen etched on
the BACK side of the slide at the bottom.

I always used an excel grid that I had made up indicating which slot I
had placed the slide, then using the diamond pen I would etch "1a",
"2a" etc.  The number would indicate the row, the letter the slot.

It's not a perfect system, but it worked.


On 3/13/08, Helen E Johnson <hej01 <@t> health.state.ny.us> wrote:
> Hi Histonetters,
>      I am inquiring if there is a permanent slide marker that is resistant
> to the chemical triton when doing IHC.
>                                                    Helen Johnson
> (hej01 <@t> health.state.ny.us)
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