[Histonet] need manual for AO 855 cryostat

Don.Birgerson <@t> leica-microsystems.com Don.Birgerson <@t> leica-microsystems.com
Wed Feb 23 08:13:32 CST 2005

Hi Jack,
      I can get you a copy of the operating manual. American Optical (AO),
Reichert, and Cambridge are some of the  companies that make up
Leica-Microsystems. The AO 855 is the outer cabinet for the 975C Cryocut
cryostat. The 855 cabinet +840 microtome = AO 975C Cryostat. Give me a call
on the 800 number.

Don Birgerson
Leica Microsystems
Technical Assistance Center
Don.Birgerson <@t> Leica-Microsystems.Com
1-800-248-0123  ext 5918  7:00 to 4:00 CT

                      "Jack England"                                                                                                                
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Aloha Histonetters,

Is there any chance anyone out there can email/fax/sell me a copy of the
manual for an AO 855 cryostat? My lab just bought one (without a manual)
want me to make it dance.  Right now, I'm at the poke-it-with-a-stick
since I have no experience whatsoever with cryosectioning.

Can any of you kind people help?

Jack England
Tissue Genesis, Inc.

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