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Re: How do you add sodium chloride to a blood sample slide?

Date: Tue Mar 20 21:53:33 2001
Posted By: Ernst Lindhout, Staff, Assay development, Future Diagnostics
Area of science: Cell Biology
ID: 979423446.Cb

Hi Amanda,

i think that the best way to add these solution to your samples is to do it prior to the slide preparation. if yout like to do it on the slide than it is difficult to get a homogenous distribution of your salt without disturbing the whole preparation.

Another solution is using an inverted miscrocope. in this way you will have your blood suspension a petri dish or culture plate and is it quite easy to add your salt solutions
I hope these answers will help.
Best wishes


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