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.

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Trajan Series 3 Adhesive Microscope Slides
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Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
NHS Wales
Pathology in Practice
Trajan Microscope Slides

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