[Histonet] RE: multitissue control block

Barbara Tibbs barbara.tibbs <@t> accuratediagnosticlabs.com
Fri Jul 25 13:37:17 CDT 2014

What is it that you want to know?  I used to make frozen multiple tissue control blocks for ER/PR many years ago before these antibodies could be used for FFPE tissues.  You could do the same thing with paraffin embedded tissue.  I've made multi-tissue blocks using a skin biopsy punch tool to obtain small amounts of paraffin-embedded tissues to be used in the control block.  

Barbara S. Tibbs
Histology Supervisor
Accurate Diagnostic Labs
South Plainfield, NJ
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Subject: [Histonet] multitissue control block


Could someone provide some information on the multi-tissue control block  used for IHC? Does anyone have one that is also used for ER/PR too.

Thank you

Debra Ortiz
Technical Director, AP
ACL Laboratories, Il
Debra.ortiz <@t> advocatehealth.com
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