[Histonet] which new cryostat?

Kelly D Mcqueeney kelly.mcqueeney <@t> bms.com
Thu Mar 24 10:02:45 CST 2005

I loved the high-end Vibratome cryostat. It has all of the same bells 
and whistles as Richard Allan, but was $15,000 cheaper. The roll plate 
is more secure and there is a lot of room in the cryostat, you can even 
store a slide box over the microtome.

Good luck,

Geoff McAuliffe wrote:

>    So yesterday one of my colleagues calls me up and says "Which new 
> cryostat should I buy?". My reply was "I'll ask Histonet!." So what is 
> the collective wisdom? The new cryostat will be used for mouse and rat 
> brain and spinal cord for the most part. It should be easy to use and 
> maintain since it will be used by facutly, post-docs, graduate 
> students, technicians and medical students doing summer research 
> projects. Disposable knives will be used in most cases. Replys by 
> vendors will be welcomed.
> Geoff
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