HybriSlip™ Hybridization Covers
HybriSlip™ Hybridization Cover-HS2274CS, 22mm X 74mm X 0.25mm Thickness – 1000 CASE
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Q: My hybridization cocktail contains Formamide , will HybriSlips™ work with this reagent?
A: Yes, HypriSlips™ are chemically resistant to most commonly used hybridization reagents. For a full list of chemical compatibilities you can consult many of the tables that are available on-line and search: polycarbonate.
Q: What is the best method to use for removing a HybriSlip™ from atop my specimen?
A: To minimize the surface tension between the HybriSlip™ and your specimen, we recommend dipping slides into a dish contain wash buffer and allowing the HybriSlip™ to slide off gently. Peeling them off, just as with glass coverslips, is not recommended as this can compromise sample adherence and morphology.
Q: How can I sterilize our HybriSlips™?
A: Using sterile technique, remove the liners from both surfaces of the product followed by one of the following options: dipping them into 70% isopropanol and allowing them to dry, using UV sterilization in the hood, or lightly flaming them and allowing them to cool before use. You may also autoclave the HybriSlips™ – first remove the liners (they melt).
Q: What is the refractive index of the polycarbonate?
A: The refractive index of the polycarbonate used to manufacture HybriSlips™ is 1.586
Q: What is the working temperature range for HybriSlip™ material?
A: Materials remain stable between minus 135 to 121oC