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Fixation

Zenker’s Fixation and Related Problems.

July 1971;I(1):2.

Substitutes for Ethyl Alcohol in Histologic Techniques.

July 1971;I(1):3.

Evaluation of Paraffins.

Eliza B. Buddo. Washington, D.C. October 1971;I(2):5.

Artifacts Produced During Tissue Fixation.

An Editorial. Calcium Carbonate Crystals. October 1971;I(2):6.

The Vacuum Infiltrator in Routine Fixation.

A Preliminary Report. Therese R. Ansman, M.S., Chief Histologic Technician, Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104. July 1972;II(3):18.

Urea Polymers.

An Editorial. April 1973;III(2):31.

Effects of Unbuffered Formalin on Staining Reactions.

An Editorial. April 1973;III(2):31.

Freezing Artifact.

An Editorial. July 1973;III(3):37.

The Vacuum Infiltrator in Routine Fixation: A Preliminary Report.

Therese R. Ansman, M.S., Chief Histologic Technician, Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104. July 1974;IV(3):51-52.

Improved Technique in Cell Block Preparation.

Bonny A. Solie, Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102. July 1974;IV(3):52.

Russell’s Fixative Solution.

An Editorial. October 1975;V(4):73.

Luna Method for Demonstrating Zenker Crystals.

An Editorial. April 1976;VI(2):80.

Data for Handling Toxic Chemicals Used for Fixation in Histopathology Laboratories.

Wilson A. Werely, B.S., University of Arkansas Pathology Services, National Center for Toxicological Research, Jefferson, Arkansas 72079. Peter V. Del Boca, B.S., Fisher Scientific Co., Fairlawn, New Jersey 07410. July 1976;VI(3):83-84.

Use of Zinc Chloride in Zenker Type Fixatives.

Carolyn A. Barszcz, HT (ASCP), National Marine Water Quality Laboratory, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882. October 1976;VI(4):87.

An Editorial.

October 1977;VII(4):105.

Examination of the Central Nervous System (Spinal Cord): in Situ.

M.E. Shelton, D.V.M., Rose M. Aspengren, Grace Faber, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011. July 1978;VIII(3):116-117.

Morphologic Alterations Produced in Tissue by Histopathologic Techniques.

An Editorial. July 1979;IX(3):132-133.

Effects of Dehydrants and Clearing Agents on Improperly Fixed Tissue.

An Editorial. October 1979;IX(4):136-137.

Use of Carson’s Modified Milloning’s Phosphate-Buffered Formalin in the Treatment of Fresh Uteri.

Brenda I. Cuevas, HT (ASCP), Department of Pathology, Gorgas Army Hospital, Panama Rep. de Panama. 10th Anniversary Issue 1980;12.

Paraffin Embedded Specimens of Sputum.

Mario Rafael Filomatori, Histotechnologo, Caixa Postal 10043 — Ag. Central, 90000 — Porto Alegre — RS, Brasil. 10th Anniversary Issue 1980;13.

Volume Surface Ratios in Tissue Fixation.

Paul R. Monfils, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island 02902. January 1982;XII(1):171-172.

Secondary Fixation Enhances Nuclear Detail.

Heidi Weddington, Richmond Memorial Hospital, Rockingham, North Carolina 28379. April 1983;XIII(2):198.

An Improved Heidenhain’s Azan Technique Using “Susa” Fixation.

William Barlow, HT (ASCP), Riverside Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware 19899. January 1984;XIV(1):223-224.

Zinc Chloride: A New Additive for Improved H&E Stains.

Joyce Moore, HTL (ASCP), Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Department of Pathology, Pine Bluff, AR 71603. September 1996;XXVI(2):15-16.

Formaldehyde: Past, Present & Future.

Richard W. Dapson, PhD, Anatech Ltd., Battle Creek, MI 49015. May 2001;XXXIV(1):5.

Concepts in Epitope Retrieval for Immunohistochemistry

Vinnie Della Speranza, MS, HTL (ASCP), HT, Medical University of South Carolina. November 2001;XXXIV(2):33.

Microwave-Enhanced Fixation for Rapid Preparation of Tissue Sections for Microscopic Evaluation.

C. L. Schray, BA, HT(ASCP), A. L. Metz, DVM, PhD, ACVP, A. W. Gough, DVM, MSc, ACVP, Drug Safety Evaluation, Pfizer Global Research & Development, Ann Arbor, MI. May 2002;XXXV(1):7.

Concepts in the Routine Preparation of Eye Specimens.

Mary Georger, BS, University of Rochester, Center for Cardiovascular Research. December 2002; XXXV(2): 34.

Some Known and Not-So-Well-Known Facts About Tissue Fixation.

Gustave Mondragon, HTL(ASCP). December 2005;XXXVIII(2):31.

Fixatives: Coagulative vs Non-Coagulative or Is It Additive vs Non-Additive?

Peggy A. Wenk, BA, BS, HTL(ASCP)SLS, Schools of Histotechnology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI. December 2006;XXXIX(2):36.

New Fixation Requirements for Breast Tissue Samples Will Alter Fixation Practices in Surgical Pathol

Vinnie Della Speranza, MS, HTL(ASCP)HT; Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. December 2007;XL(2):38.

Effects of Fixation and Decalcification on Kappa and Lambda Staining by Immunohistochemistry

Tanya Ewing-Finchem, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., Tucson, AZ. May 2008;XLI(1):1.

After 24 Years in Formalin, It Should Be Fixed

Robert A. Skinner, HTL(ASCP)*; William T. Bellamy, PhD+; Frances L. Swain, HT(ASCP)*; Larry J. Suva, PhD*; *Center for Orthopaedic Research, +Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR. June 2009;XLII(1):6.

Optimization of the Automated Periodic Acid-Schiff Hematoxylin (PASH) Stain for Spermatozoal Acrosom

Pamela Mercer, HT(ASCP); Leslie Duncan, HT(ASCP); Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Research and Development, Department of Pathology, Mount Vernon, IN. December 2010;XLIII(2):43.

The Effect of Temperature and Agitation on Adipose Tissue Fixation

Brooke W. Schools, BS, HT(ASCP); Tasha Lea, MS, PA(ASCP); Jessica Perry, MS, PA(ASCP); L. Gwenn Boykin, BS, HT(ASCP); Jorge A. Almenara, PhD; Anatomic Pathology, Department of Pathology, VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA. June 2012;XLV(1):7.