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hi all,

i was told by my boss to stain these hepg2 cells with oil red o to view them under a microscope. i grew these cells on a plastic slide with chambers system and stained them with ORO. when i mounted them with permount, the stain seemed to bleed and the slide warped. is this a common problem? and how can i get around it?

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vince
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