[Histonet] Water rinse for H&E's
Terri.Brown <@t> Northside.com
Wed Nov 6 11:20:48 CST 2013
We use warm water rinses for our H&E slides on our automatic stainers.
Terri H. Brown,, HT (ASCP)
Pathology Laboratory Manager
Northside Hospital Atlanta
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Subject: [Histonet] Water rinse for H&E's
Does anyone use hot water rinses on their h&e slides. If we use cold
water our slides are very light and inconsistent.
We stain on an automatic stainer.
Memorial Health Care System
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