[Histonet] RE: embedding beads/tissue marking dyes

sgoebel <@t> xbiotech.com sgoebel <@t> xbiotech.com
Wed Oct 6 08:49:14 CDT 2010

   TBS  has  good  dyes...you  can mordant them (what Bouins does) in fo   rmalin-aceto-alcohol.   This  is  less  toxic  then  Bouins  and works
   well.&   you  don't  wan   is not known if it ef
   Happy Fixing!!

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   Subject: [Histonet] RE: embedding beads/tissue marking dyes
   From: Maria Katleba <[1]Maria.Ka   Date: Tue, October 05, 2010 2:40 pm
   To: Jacqueline Farnsworth <[2]Jacqueline.Farnsworth <@t> cls.ab.ca>,
   "[3]Histonet <@t> lists.utsout   Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
   When you place dye on any tissue, make sure you pipette some bouins on
   to   t   afterwards  dab  the  t   dye/bouins.
   Some dyes are better than others, but try the bouins first
   Call me or email me directly, I can help you with details :)
   Maria Katleba MS HT(ASCP)
   Pathology Dept. Mgr
   Queen of the Valley Medical Center
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   Napa CA 94558
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   From:          [5]histonet   [[6]mailto:histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu]   On  Behalf  Of
   Jacqueline Farnsworth
   Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:14 PM
   To: [7]Histonet <@t> lists.uts   Subject: [Histonet] embedding beads/tissue marking dyes
   We  may  be  encountering  some  issues  with  our tissue marking dyes
   'clogging'     coloured   'bead'   is   embed   subsequently  cut  onto  the  slide.  This doe   obviously,  but is used as a method to track like spe   grossed,  embedded  and  subsequently  cut  in  a row. (red, oran   green, blue.....)
   I  explored  the  archives  for  "embedding  beads",  but  only  found
   reference  to     block, but not subsequent   PS:  we  are  still troubleshooting our dyes (dilutions, brand, etc.),
   but  if     with, I'd be th   Thanks in advance,
   Jacqueline Farnsworth
   Anatomic Pathology, Tech III
   Diagnostic Scientific Centre
   Calgary Laboratory Services
   Phone: 403-770-3588
   Pager: 403-212-8223 X07630
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