[Histonet] RE: Histotechs: born or made?

Patti Loykasek ploykasek <@t> phenopath.com
Thu Dec 1 13:41:34 CST 2005

>From all my quips about CSI at work I received a great 'gag' gift from a
co-worker last year - an itty-bitty mag lite. It's even in my favorite color
- purple. I haven't yet convinced anyone to turn down the lights & let me
use it at work. 
Actually it did come in handy when I was trying to match up some paraffin
blocks & H&Es to make TMAs. I held the light between my knees, put the
paraffin block on top & had the H&E nearby to place on the block for
comparison (don't try this in a skirt!)

Patti Loykasek BS, HTL, QIHC
PhenoPath Laboratories
Seattle, WA

> Jo,
> Never, you need to buy one of the trusty, tidy little flashlights they use
> for everything!!!  Even in broad daylight!!
> Gayle Callis At 09:34 AM 12/1/2005, you wrote:
>> I haven't seen an episode of CSI in a while, but when I did watch I noticed
>> that they always had everything backlit with NO direct lighting.  You could
>> see the light shining up into their faces, but never onto their work
>> surface.  I'd go blind working in those conditions!
>> Jo Dee
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