Fw: [Histonet] Room temperature

Jan Shivers shive003 <@t> umn.edu
Mon Jun 21 11:12:49 CDT 2004

Keeping track of my ambient temperatures also helps me troubleshoot variable
IHC results.  For instance... my lab was over 90 degrees one day last week
when the air conditioning went out.  And yes, IHC results were different for
many antibodies.  Talk about strong staining!  (OK, OK.. so there was way
too background as well, causing me to repeat every single run when
temperatures finally got back to normal.)

Jan Shivers
U of MN

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Subject: [Histonet] Room temperature

> From: "kevin williams" <akwilliams75 <@t> hotmail.com>
> Subject: [Histonet] Keeping records of room temperature, why?
> To: histonet <@t> pathology.swmed.edu
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>    I  am now keeping records of room temperatrue, can anyone tell me what
>    benifit  I  will be gaining from the valuable 5 seconds it takes me to
>    complete this chore?
> Kevin-
> You are warming the hearts of CAP and GLP surveyors  everywhere.
> Jeff Silverman
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