[Histonet] immuno set-up

Dana Settembre settembr <@t> umdnj.edu
Mon Nov 24 15:06:40 CST 2008

I agree with Mr. Brooks on the Shandon Sequenza - fantastic for low

Dana Settembre, HT ASCP
Immunohistochemistry Lab
UMDNJ - University Hospital
Newark, NJ    USA

>>> Amos Brooks <amosbrooks <@t> gmail.com> 11/21/08 4:58 PM >>>
   For small volumes like that, check with Thermo. They have various
of IHC stainers that have different slide capacities. Alternatively
could check out the Shandon Sequenza. I could find more info if you
interested. (BTW: I have no Thermo ties.)

Amos Brooks

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Hello all,

I work at a private lab with one pathologist, and one histotech (me).
We do
about 5,000 cases a year. We are intrested in doing our immuno's in
(right now we send them out), and wanted to know your opinion on the
type of
equipment that would be best for this situation. Right now we send
about 5
to 10 cases a week out for immuno's.

All responses are very much appreciated

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