[Histonet] Budget Microarray - Finally
ktuttle <@t> umm.edu
Wed Jun 24 09:45:53 CDT 2009
There is also a histonetter that makes silicone array molds, you can buy them online.
Kimberly C. Tuttle HT (ASCP)
Pathology Biorepository and Research Core
University of Maryland
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>>> Victor Tobias <victor <@t> pathology.washington.edu> 6/23/2009 11:05 am >>>
Very nice and thanks for sharing.
Clinical Applications Analyst
University of Washington Medical Center
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Seattle, WA 98195
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O'Donnell, Bill wrote:
> Good day Histonetters,
> A few weeks back, I posted that I had a method for making a tissue
> microarray on the cheap. I have received a lot of requests for how I do
> this. I wanted to write it up because, even though it is pretty easy to
> do, it is difficult to describe.
> So...I made a PowerPoint on how to do it and posted it at this address:
> With your indulgence I will re-post a few times iin the next couple of
> weeks so that those who contacted me won't miss out. (I suppose I could
> have saved all those addresses...ah, the wonder of hindsight!
> William (Bill) O'Donnell, HT (ASCP) QIHC
> Lead Histologist
> Good Samaritan Hospital
> 10 East 31st Street
> Kearney, NE 68847
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