[Histonet] FW: Carnoys solution

Clifford, Taylor Taylor.Clifford <@t> va.gov
Thu Jul 18 15:15:58 CDT 2013

Clarke's fixative has been known to work as a replacement to Carnoy's, it is said to be the original "Carnoy's I", whereas the Carnoy's as it is known today with chloroform is Carnoy's II. 


Taylor CM Clifford
Research Associate
Albany Research Institute
Albany Stratton VA Medical Center
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Albany, NY 12208
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Subject: [Histonet] Carnoys solution

Hello to all in histoland.  Does anyone have a carnoys recipe that does not have call for chloroform?  I had a recipe for one, but now I can't find it.
Any and all help will be appreciated.

Allison Scott HT(ASCP)
Supervisor, Histology Lab
LBJ Hospital
Harris Health System
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