[Histonet] Re: Vision Biosystems Bondmax for immunostaining

Aprill Watanabe awatanabe <@t> tgen.org
Fri Feb 23 14:22:37 CST 2007

I use the BondMax from Vision Biosystems.  I really like the machine, it's
very reproducible and great for a clinical/hospital lab.  The Refine
detection kit is very good.  You can use less reagents than some of the
other systems out there.  I evaluated the BondMax against the Nemesis from
Biocare (similar to DAKO platform) and found that we could get more specific
staining with the BondMax and push our titers out further.  I would
recommend the BondMax.  I hope this helps some.

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> Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2007 11:46:42 -0600
> From: "Foshey, Annette" <AFoshey <@t> chw.org>
> Subject: [Histonet] Lab Vision Bond system for Immunostaining
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> I am in the process of evaluating immuno stainers and would like input
> from users of the Bond system as well as other stainers.
> Thank you,
> Annette Foshey, HT
> Histology Lab
> Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
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Aprill Watanabe, B.S.
Research Associate
Tissue Microarray Center (TMA)
Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen)
awatanabe <@t> tgen.org

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