RE: refrigerator

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From:"Molinari, Betsy" <>
To:histonet <>

Hi Mr. Hawkins,
 Maybe some other histofolks can confirm this or dismiss this theory. We
store antibodies in the freezer and are worried that any unit with a
self defrost cycle will alter the temperature inside the freezer
damaging the antibodies. We did look into buying a fridge from places
like Sears, Conns, etc. but could not find any (as Gayle pointed out)
with manual defrost. We have contacted VWR and will call Jewett,Fisher
and Allegiance.Any comments on this auto/manual defrost theory? Fact or
Betsy Molinari
Texas Heart Institute

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> From: 	Hawkins, Hal K.[]
> Sent: 	Wednesday, April 12, 2000 2:17 PM
> To: 	''
> Subject: 	refrigerator
> I recently replaced a troublesome lab refrigerator with an
> inexpensive top-freezer Kenmore unit on sale at Sears, seen
> at Sharpstown (where they're the only store open) and ordered
> from Texas City.  It came with a 5-year warranty, and seems 
> to be just what we needed.
> Hal Hawkins, UTMB Galveston

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