[Histonet] Microwave Container Use
Rene J Buesa
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Thu Jan 31 08:19:56 CST 2008
I always used ANY plastic sturdy containers I could fing at stores like Kmart, Target of Walmart.
Phil McArdle <PMcArdle <@t> ebsciences.com> wrote:
Hello all -
This is a question from a vendor; I'm not trying to sell anything, so
please wait before you flame! :-)
We're looking for input regarding what container(s) (brand, type, size,
etc.) people are using in microwaves in a laboratory context, good/bad
experiences, leaks/failures with particular reagents over time, etc.
I know how hectic things can be in the lab, so any information would be
appreciated. This has more to do with "advancing the art" and
recommendations/contraindications, than sales or product development.
Responses can be public or private, as far as I'm concerned.
Microwave Product Manager
Energy Beam Sciences, Inc.
29-B Kripes Rd.
East Granby, CT 06026
Tel: 800.992.9037 x 341
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