[Histonet] doing immunos by hand

Mikael Niku mikael.niku <@t> helsinki.fi
Wed Aug 25 08:27:20 CDT 2004

Yes, Shandon racks & coverplates are great. We're using them with squirt
bottles & an automatic electric pipette, for both immunohistochemistry
and in situ hybridization (most steps, not everything). I'd say up to
100 slides at a time goes nicely.

No need for the Sequenza (?) workstation itself. And you can use the
disposable coverplates several times, although they say "single use
only". At least for academic research like mine :)

  Mikael Niku             URL: www.helsinki.fi/~mniku/
  University of Helsinki  Dept. Basic Veterinary Sciences

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu 
> [mailto:histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu] On Behalf 
> Of Dana Settembre
> Sent: 23. elokuuta 2004 19:32
> To: Pathologyarts <@t> aol.com; histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
> Subject: Re: [Histonet] doing immunos by hand
> Go with Shandon.  Although I believe their name is not 
> ThermoShandon or even ThermoElectric. Buy their racks and 
> coverplates.  Get a squirt bottle.  It is sweet.  I use it 
> when not using my 
> $40 billion machine
> Dana Settembre
> University Hospital - UMDNJ
> Newark, NJ

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