RE: Coverslipper

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From:"Gary W. Gill" <>
To:"Mequita Praet" <>, <>
Date:Thu, 15 Apr 1999 22:43:45 -0500
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Make a list of functional specifications for manual coverslipping against
which you can compare the performance of any automated system (i.e., What is
the process supposed to accomplish?  Does it do it?.  There are always
trades-off.  Know what you're getting in to.  Automation is good for things
like washing machines and clothes dryers, but not necessarily for histologic

Gary Gill

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mequita Praet []
> Sent: April 13, 1999 9:33 PM
> To:
> Subject: Coverslipper
> We do not have a coverslipper in our lab, but are in the process of
> checking out coverslippers and stainers.  Our linear stainer in on its
> way out.  I am interested in the new Fischer Protocol 2500 Processing
> Center.  I would appreciate any feedback from anyone who has one.  From
> talking to the company and the literature it looks like it would fit the
> bill for our lab.  However, it is so new, I am leary. You can email me
> personally if you like at
> Thank you,
> Mequita Praet
> Dermatology Associates
> 445 S. Federal Hwy.
> Boca Raton, Fl 33432

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