Shedding new light on the humble glass slide

Shedding new light on the humble glass slide

May 08, 2017

From Pathology in Practice:

Slides for success in tissue adhesion

Pathology in Practice looks into a simple but effective solution to stop tissue sections becoming detached and floating away when faced with harsh processing conditions typical of methods such as immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization.

Read the full article at Pathology in Practice: Shedding new light on the humble glass slide

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Pathology in Practice
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