[Histonet] Coverslip tape

Jorge A. Santiago-Blay blayjorge at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 08:57:09 CDT 2015


Is there a way to get a small free sample of that tape? Does it save money
or have some other pluses?



On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 9:34 AM, Abbott, Tanya via Histonet <
histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu> wrote:

> This is more a Cyto question, but, does anyone out there use the Sakura
> Coverslip tape to coverslip their Thin Preps? We seem to be having a
> problem down the sides of the slide where the tape is not being pushed down
> and access glue seems to accumulate there. Sakura tells us it's a drying
> issue but I really don't think it is, we let the slides dry long enough. It
> seems to me that the bar that pushes the tape down is not pushing down well
> enough on the sides. We have changed the springs recently and are on a new
> roll of tape. Our H&E slides don't seem to be affected.
> Any input is appreciated! Happy Friday!
> Tanya
> Tanya G. Abbott
> Manager Technologist
> Histology/Cytology
> Penn State Health St. Joseph
> (phone) 610-378-2635
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