[Histonet] Plastic/Plexiglass Incubation chamber for IHC slides
shive003 <@t> umn.edu
Mon Jul 8 15:16:01 CDT 2013
When doing manuals, I use the Newcomer Supply humidity chamber that holds
20 slides, but when I run out of space, I always have my trusty metal cake
pan with lid (and 1 ml disposable pipets for slide racks) from the 'old
UMN Vet Diag Lab
St. Paul, MN
On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 1:10 PM, <davidclark10 <@t> comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi Histonetters,
> 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.
> David Clark
> Oregon Health & Science University
> Portland, Oregon
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