[Histonet] Gill's III stainer question

Rene J Buesa rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Thu Nov 15 12:03:43 CST 2007

Probably because we tend to shake in/out quickier when staining manually that the stainer does. It takes to the stainer more time to take slides out-transport to the next station- and into the next station than we to us manually. That extra time can account for the difference.
  René J.

karenadams <@t> comcast.net wrote:
We are presently using Gill's III manually for H & E and on the automated stainer.....I am seeing mucin lightly staining on the automated stainer, but not the manual.....any thoughts??
Karen Adams 
Pathology Laboratories West 
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Knoxville, TN 37923 
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