[Histonet] immunofluorescence on methyl methacrylate embedded human bone samples

Orla M Gallagher o.m.gallagher <@t> sheffield.ac.uk
Tue Sep 11 13:06:13 CDT 2012

Dear Histonetters,

Would there be a problem with autofluorescence in bone when performing
immunofluorescence on formalin-fixed methyl methacrylate-embedded human
bone marrow trephines?


Ms. Orla Gallagher
Bone Analysis Laboratory
Mellanby Centre for Bone Research
D Floor Medical School
University of Sheffield
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