[Histonet] RE: Anyone using Section Transfer System by Microm?

Jonathan Cremer Jonathan.Cremer <@t> med.kuleuven.be
Fri Nov 15 01:17:06 CST 2013

Yes, and I wouldn't be able to cut without it anymore. It is quite some work to keep it clean (and you have to keep it clean, or you'll get algae growing in places you didn't even know about).

Cutting a ribbon and picking it up on a slide is a breeze, cutting serials goes really fast if you let the sections stretch on the slides instead of on the waterbath.
Jonathan Cremer
Laboratory Technician
TARGID - KU Leuven

Gasthuisberg CDG; Labo Experimentele Immunologie; Herestraat 49 bus 811; 3000 Leuven; Belgium

Van: histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu [histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu] namens Morken, Timothy [Timothy.Morken <@t> ucsfmedctr.org]
Verzonden: donderdag 14 november 2013 17:55
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Onderwerp: [Histonet] Anyone using Section Transfer System by Microm?

Is anyone using the Thermo/Microm Secton Transfer System on their microtome?


I'd like to get some input for using it to cut serial sections of microarrays.


Tim Morken
Supervisor, Electron Microscopy and Neuromuscular Special Studies
UC San Francisco Medical Center
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