RE: Embedding Flames, etc.
|From:||Connie McManus <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Ahhh, the good ol days when getting flamed meant warming the forceps in the
bunsen burner only to find there was a small, very important piece of
tissue on them. eek. *g*
At 10:31 AM 8/9/01 -0700, Tim Plummer wrote:
>I purchased a stand-alone heated forceps from a
>company in the UK and it works great when orienting
>small specimens. I know some embedding centers have
>them attached, but most do not. If anyone is
>interested I can post the company info.
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Weems, Joyce [SMTP:JWEEMS@sjha.org]
>> > Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 11:06 AM
>> > To: 'Histonet'
>> > Subject: Embedding Flames, etc.
>> > How many of you are still using heat other than
>> the embedding center wells
>> > or heated forceps near your embedding centers?
>> Items such as the Bacti -
>> > cinerator, alcohol burners, etc. TIA! j
>> > Joyce Weems
>> > Pathology Manager
>> > Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta
>> > 404-851-7376
>> > 404-851-7831 - fax
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