[Histonet] subbing positively charged slides

John Kiernan jkiernan at uwo.ca
Thu Jul 9 09:12:49 CDT 2015

Chrome-gelatin cannot be expected to stick well to a glass surface that has been modified by adding aminopropyl (or similar) groups to its silicate ions. See http://publish.uwo.ca/~jkiernan/adhesivs.htm.

John Kiernan
London, Canada
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On 09/07/15, "Travers, Susan"  <travers.3 at osu.edu> wrote:
> Does anyone know if it's ok to sub positively charged slides with chrome alum-gelatin. I seem to remember an incident where this did not work- but maybe it's just superstition... it seems as if the chrome alum might be positively charged itself and thus repelled from the surface of the slide...
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