[3dem] Needing expert advice on cryosectioning for Tokuyasu method)

Vlad Speransky vlad_speransky at tedpella.com
Mon Oct 16 07:57:58 PDT 2017

Hi Qiaohui,


Is there an image you could share? Your description suggests the methylcellulose possibly getting old, but could be other things. 


Best wishes,



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Subject: [3dem] Needing expert advice on cryosectioning for Tokuyasu method)


Hi everyone,



I have been working on trying to master the technique of cryosectioning and immunogoldlabelling. My embedded sections in (mixture of 1% methycellulose and 1.15UA) on final image look good but there seems to many round blobs like bubbles that persist on/under my sections. Would appreciate if experts in this technique would be able to give some advice on how to rectify this. Thanks!


Kind regards to all,


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