[Histonet] Humidity chamber

Connie McManus conniemoss <@t> relia.net
Wed Jul 13 10:16:09 CDT 2005

For many years I used a vegetable crisper for a humid chamber.  I put water in the
bottom, placed  a metal slide tray on top of inverted staining dishes, then covered the
top of the crisper with Saran Wrap.  If the Saran Wrap got so it wouldn't stick, I
coated the rim of the crisper with a thin coat of petroleum jelly .  It worked great.

Eventually, however, I bought a nifty little humid chamber tha holds about 30 slides. 
It is made in my very own little town of Logan, UT, but I forget the name of the
company!!  Gayle Callis recommended it to me.  Gayle??

Connie McManus
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Carol Thouron said:
> I am looking for a plexiglass incubation chamber that holds 20 slides on a raised metal
> tray. Can anyone suggest a vendor?
> C Thouron
> Ochsner Clinic Foundation
> New Orleans, LA
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