[Histonet] Sakura tape problem

CHRISTIE GOWAN christiegowan <@t> msn.com
Fri Nov 21 15:38:42 CST 2008

   Sorry about the name.  I meant Cheryl. TGIF

     From:  "CHRISTIE GOWAN" <christiegowan <@t> msn.com>
     To:  ccrowder <@t> vetmed.lsu.edu, histonet <@t> pathology.swmed.edu
     Subject:  RE: [Histonet] Sakura tape problem
     Date:  Fri, 21 Nov 2008 19:35:49 +0000
     >   Cherly,
     >   I  had  this  same problem a while back with an outside slide
     >that had
     >   been sent to us for consultation. I even called the company to
     >get any
     >    input  from  them. No luck.  My final solution was to trim the
     >    to  just  the area where the section was located. I sandwiched
     >     between  the  glass  slide  and   a   glass  coverslip  using
     >   only. I used a paper clamp to secure it until it dried. Do not
     >use any
     >   xylene.  This will cause the tissue to start floating off the
     >tape and
     >   scatter around. It can be pretty messy so don't use too much
     >   Good luck and let us know if you get any better solutions.
     >   Christie
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