[Histonet] VIP5

Joseph Saby saby_joseph_a at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 14 18:44:35 CDT 2015

We had this happen when the individual changing the processor reversed order 
of the alcohols, placing the newest first and the oldest last.  Hope your answer 
is as simple, even if it is embarrassing.
Joe Saby

      From: "Abbott, Tanya via Histonet" <histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
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 Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2015 4:35 PM
 Subject: [Histonet] VIP5
Help!!! We changed our processor on Monday, all reagents. Run Monday into Tuesday a.m. was fine. Tuesday nights run had some blocks in it that weren't fully processed; chamber looked like it had droplets of residual water (or maybe alcohol?) in it. Dumped and refilled everything, ran a few test blocks, same scenario.
Any suggestions?!

Tanya G. Abbott
Manager Technologist
Penn State Health St. Joseph
(phone) 610-378-2635

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