[Histonet] Re: automated immuno stainer

Keller, Charles kellerc2 <@t> uthscsa.edu
Mon Nov 27 21:11:58 CST 2006

I could add that we've liked our Biogenix instrument, but the tech support was unsatisfying and the staff turnover has been worrisome. 
Charles Keller, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Cellular & Structural Biology
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Investigator, Developmental Cancer Genetics and Therapeutics
Children's Cancer Research Institute
The University of Texas Health Science Center
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, Mail Code 7784
San Antonio, TX 78229-3900
210-562-9062 [office]
210-562-9014 [fax]
kellerc2 <@t> uthscsa.edu


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Subject: [Histonet] Re: automated immuno stainer

I think we had this discussion about automated immunostainers a few days ago.
I've been researching this topic for one of my locum tenens clients who wants
to get into it.

I've found that Ventana has about 70% of the clinical lab market share in the
USA. From what I've found out so far, it's probably the better choice for the
ordinary medical pathology lab, where overwork is the norm and scientific
expertise is usually rather minimal (I'm talking about pathologists when I say

Bob Richmond
Samurai Pathologist
Knoxville TN
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