Fwd: RE: [Histonet] Cryostats

kgibbon <@t> qltinc.com kgibbon <@t> qltinc.com
Thu Oct 6 10:47:05 CDT 2005

I too was brought up on SLEE cryostats and thought they were the best, but
over the pond they were difficult to get so I use a Microm these days and
would not change now. That automatic feed is great and with that addition
of a "cryojane" the toughest tissues are nice to cut.
Kevin Gibbon
QLT Inc.

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         Fair's fair, praise where it's due. When I was a boy I was
brought up on SLEE cryostats so Bright was a novelty at the time.
Over the years I've used many cryostat but as with the ladies, I
always return to my first love.

>Alan must love you too:-)
>Dr Terry L Marshall, B.A.(Law), M.B.,Ch.B.,F.R.C.Path
>  Consultant Pathologist
>  Rotherham General Hospital
>  South Yorkshire
>  England
>         terry.marshall <@t> rothgen.nhs.uk
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ian Montgomery [mailto:ian.montgomery <@t> bio.gla.ac.uk]
>Sent: 06 October 2005 16:21
>To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
>Subject: Fwd: [Histonet] Cryostats
>          I bought my Bright cryostat in 1974 and in my opinion it's
>the Rolls Royce of cryostats. 31 years of constant use, never been
>out of service and cuts as good today as back in 74.
> >Hello everyone ...
> >
> >What is everyone's favorite cryostat and why? We are in the market.
> >I have a few personal favorites but I wanted to hear from the
> >general audience what is liked best.
> >
> >We cut mostly mouse tissue (probably 70-80% mouse tissue) and 50% is
> >probably mouse bone.
> >
> >Thanks!
> >Andrea
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Dr. Ian Montgomery,
IBLS Support Services,
Graham Kerr Building,
Institute of Biomedical & Life Sciences,
University of Glasgow,
G12 8QQ.
Tel: 0141 339 8855
Office: 4652
Lab: 6644.
Pager: 07623 975451
e-mail: ian.montgomery <@t> bio.gla.ac.uk

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