[Histonet] Plastic/Plexiglass Incubation chamber for IHC slides
wbenton <@t> cua.md
Mon Jul 8 13:20:24 CDT 2013
I have not used, but it seems that it would work like the old ones.
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Subject: [Histonet] Plastic/Plexiglass Incubation chamber for IHC slides
I hope you all had a wonderful Independence Day!
Do you guys remember in the olden days before automation when we did IHC by hand?
I'm looking for an incubation chamber that allows us to incubate our slides overnight. The one I have right now is about 20x6x6 with a lid
and allows for about 4 flat racks of slides to be placed inside. Any information would be appreciated either if you have one or know of a company that can make one.
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