Re: [Histonet] microtome question

From:"Christine Tambasco"


   maybe  it's the cassettes that are not fitting right? It's possible to
   get a bad batch. Try it and good luck!

   Christine Tambasco, HT (ASCP)

   St. Mary's Hospital @ Amsterdam, New York
   >From: RCHIOVETTI@aol.com
   >To: Vickroy.Jim@mhsil.com, histonet@lists.utsouthwestern.edu
   >Subject: Re: [Histonet] microtome question
   >Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 16:25:21 EDT
   >
   >In a message dated 4/8/2005 1:07:44 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
   >Vickroy.Jim@mhsil.com writes:
   >
   > > we are having
   >  >  some problems with the block holders not holding the tissue firm
   enough
   >  >  and  therefore the blocks can move and therefore chunk.  We have
   tried a
   > > couple of new holders but are experiencing the same problem.
   >
   >Jim,
   >
   >You  may  already  have  ruled  this out, but I wonder if the problem
   could be in
   >the  knife  holder  instead of the cassette clamp?  It's strange that
   you get the
   >same problem with more than one new specimen holder...nless there was
   some
   >kind of manufacturing defect that went undetected, I guess.
   >
   >My Two Cents' Worth!
   >
   >Cheers,
   >
   >Bob
   >
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