[Histonet] Storage of Frozen Tissues

Dennis Hahn Dennis.Hahn <@t> cookchildrens.org
Wed Feb 22 06:20:02 CST 2012

How does everyone store tissues that are at -20 or -80? Currently we wrap the tissue well in foil and place in a labeled cassette. If shipped out, we double bag as required. Recently, a concern has been raised about the cassettes being a safety issue due to the fact that the tissue could be exposed to staff. Any ideas?


Dennis Hahn, HT (ASCP)
Histology Lab Supervisor
Cook Children's Medical Center
801 7th Avenue
Ft. Worth, TX 76104
(682) 885-6168


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