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Carolyn.Earley <@t> leica-microsystems.com Carolyn.Earley <@t> leica-microsystems.com
Mon May 17 09:24:44 CDT 2004

Hi Venita,
I wanted to clarify to you that the current enclosed Leica Tissue Processor
is the ASP300.   The TP1050 is our last generation processor.
I will be happy to forward information to you upon your request.  Good luck
in your search!

Carolyn Earley
Marketing Manager
Leica Microsystems
Carolyn.Earley <@t> Leica-Microsystems.com

                      Venita Capaldo                                                                                                       
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Hi there all.  My lab is looking into purchasing a new processor and I
would love some input.  We are considering the Shandon Excelsior, the
Tissue-Tek VIP5 and the Leica TP1050.  If anyone has any input on these
processors It would be greatly appreciated.  We are a small
dermatopathology lab and we routinly process 200-300 specimens per week.
All of the specimens are skin or soft tissue and most are only 1mm to 5mm
in size, but we do do some larger specimens as well.  Thanks in advance for
your thoughts!

Venita Capaldo
Christinmyhart <@t> yahoo.com
Allergy and Dermatology Specialists, Inc.
Phoenix, Arizona

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