[Histonet] High profile blades

Snider, Deanna dsnider <@t> shrinenet.org
Wed Jun 14 11:15:10 CDT 2006

Message: 10
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 10:21:38 -0500
From: Heather.A.Harper <@t> pcola.med.navy.mil
Subject: [Histonet] High Profile Micrtome blades
To: Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
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  I have a Leica Microtome 2235. Currently I am using the Leica 818 high
profile blades, and they are terrible. They become dull immediately,
down my cutting, because it seems I am changing the blade for every
block I
cut. Does anyone know of a good high profile blade? I was told the high
profile blade by DuraEdge is good. Any feedback would be appreciated.

Heather A. Harper

Have you tried the Dura Edge line?  They make a very good blade and very
cost efficient.  They come in regular, ceramic, and teflon caoted edges.
I prefer the ceramic edge for my work.  I have a contact number if you'd
like to request a sample.

Deanna Snider HT ASCP
Shriners Hospital for Children
Research Dept.
Cincinnatti, Oh

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