[Histonet] new lab

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Tue Jan 9 14:55:33 CST 2007

I have 4 of the Gemini stainers from Thermo and we like it.  It has a smaller footprint than the typical linear stainers.  It is easy to use and program.  And programs and be saved on a disk so if there is ever a power failure, you just pop the disk in.
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From: dpapalegis <@t> gmail.com
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Sent: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 3:27 PM
Subject: [Histonet] new lab

I am starting a new histo lab in a small animal facility and need to buy 
EVERYTHING. The space we have is very limited so finding the right equipment 
could be tough. Does anyone have any thoughts on the table top carousel 
processors? i know richard allen, leica and thermo all have them. are they 
any good? also with stainers, does anyone have any thoughts about Thermo's 
Varistain Gemini? It looks compact enough to work in the limited space we 
If anyone could give me feedback about these pieces of equipment, about any 
new equipment in general or about anything related to starting a lab from 
scatch, I would greatly appreciate it. 
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