[Histonet] Slide Labeling System that Survives Citrate Boiling

Cameron Nowell Cameron.Nowell <@t> ludwig.edu.au
Wed Jan 5 19:06:02 CST 2011

Hi List,


I am looking for a slide labelling system to print labels for our
research histology samples that will survive pretty much anything we
throw at it. There seems to be lots of choices out there for chemical
resistant labels but i can't seem to find much on ones that are
resistant to antigen retrieval like citrate boiling. I have searched
google and the histonet archives and the best i can find is a reference
to General Data having some that may do the job. Does anyone out there
have any more info or are you using someting that works well?








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