leiker <@t> buffalo.edu
Tue Mar 24 12:08:23 CDT 2009
sorry, that should read "for up to a few weeks."
--On Tuesday, March 24, 2009 1:00 PM -0400 Merced Leiker
<leiker <@t> buffalo.edu> wrote:
> We don't let our unfixed sections air-dry (room temp) long before fixing
> them - a few minutes? For some people here I let them sit a few minutes
> then just store them in the -80 for up to a weeks weeks before they fix
> them and commence with their staining procedure. If the animals were
> perfusion-fixed maybe they can air-dry longer. I've heard everything from
> 5 min to overnight. At room temperature.
> Just my input.
> --On Tuesday, March 24, 2009 12:17 PM -0400 "Vanessa J. Phelan"
> <vjp2105 <@t> columbia.edu> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> When carrying out IF on frozen sections how long after the cutting the
>> sections should you leave the slides to dry and where before starting the
>> staining procedure?
>> Thanks a mill,
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