[Histonet] Dissection boards

Bartlett, Jeanine jqb7 <@t> cdc.gov
Sun Jul 17 12:12:21 CDT 2005

Richard Allan has some nice high-density polyethylene boards.Here is the link:
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Subject: [Histonet] Dissection boards

	In our lab we still use wood-dissecting boards but we really want to change it!! (wood can be very very very dirty after some years even if we submit the boards to an intensive descontaminating process).
	Would like some tips about what kind of material we should use it and what is the best option, buy it from distributors like Mopec or to pay for someone to make them?
	Some simple questions that makes a lot of difference for us...
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