[Histonet] Cover glass

Emily Sours talulahgosh <@t> gmail.com
Wed Mar 24 15:26:46 CDT 2010

I've noticed Corning cover slips have been really dirty too, but it
hasn't been a problem for us.  It just looks bad.
Not that that solved your problem, just thought I'd throw it out there.

Emily S.

Shall we always be content with the ancient tinned salad of the
subsidized novel? Or the tired ice-cream of poems which cry themselves
to sleep in the refrigerators of the mind?
-Lawrence Durrell, Clea

On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 4:24 PM, Helen Fedor <hfedor <@t> jhmi.edu> wrote:
> Hello, Our lab does IHC staining in house and have had zero problems with our Fisher brand cover slips until recently. We've tried both Fisher and Corning cover slips and what appears to be dust or imperfections in the glass are found on both brands. This is creating false positives for us, because when the positive staining is low it is difficult to impossible to tell the imperfections from the staining itself.
> Any advice will be welcome.
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