[Histonet] RE: here I go again[Scanned]
Rogerson Kemlo (ELHT) Pathology
Kemlo.Rogerson <@t> elht.nhs.uk
Wed Jun 22 09:15:21 CDT 2005
In the Private Lab that I worked in a few years back they used 'old'
reagents on their Analysers; they had to fool the bar code reader and
software, but their claim was that if the controls were OK, then what is
the problem? They failed to tell CPA that this was standard practice.
From: Malam Jacqueline (Morecambe Bay Hospitals NHS Trust)
Sent: 22 June 2005 13:07
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] RE: here I go again[Scanned]
In reply to Joe Nocito's message re- use of expired antisera, and using
antisera frozen in 1080 - is this BC or AD, and were they frozen in the
arctic or Antarctic! I agree wholeheartedly about using (with proper
monitoring) expired antisera, but I bet even the top firms would balk at
putting an viability period of 910 years1
Only pulling your leg, Joe! I once made a similar typo and felt such a
after I'd e-mailed it to our institute message forum!
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