[Histonet] Sakura tape problem

Jackie M O'Connor Jackie.O'Connor <@t> abbott.com
Fri Nov 21 13:40:11 CST 2008

Ahhhhh - sorry, didn't read that well.  Nevermind. 

"Weems, Joyce" <JWeems <@t> sjha.org> 
11/21/2008 01:36 PM

"Jackie M O'Connor" <Jackie.O'Connor <@t> abbott.com>, "Cheryl Crowder" 
<ccrowder <@t> vetmed.lsu.edu>
<histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>, "Histonet" 
<histonet <@t> pathology.swmed.edu>
RE: [Histonet] Sakura tape problem

How do you do this with the tissue attached to the tape? Just curious...

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Subject: Re: [Histonet] Sakura tape problem

I would remove the tape with acetone and clear in xylene, then
recoverslip with conventional coverslips.  I've seen problems with
refractivity with the tape, anyway.

Happy Turkey Day.

Jackie O'

"Cheryl Crowder" <ccrowder <@t> vetmed.lsu.edu> Sent by:
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11/21/2008 01:20 PM

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[Histonet] Sakura tape problem

Hi - I have just been given a box (100 slides) cover slipped with Sakura
tape.  All the tapes have been loosened from the slides with the tissue
attacked to it.  The tape has also curled (arched).  What is the best
method for reattaching the tapes to the slides so they can be viewed
again.  Or can it?  The pathologists are really upset over these slides
as they are for continuing education and cannot be replaced. 
Cheryl Crowder, BA, HTL(ASCP)
Chief Technologist
Anatomic Pathology
Department of Pathobiological Sciences
School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
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Baton Rouge, LA 70803

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