Re: Fwd: museum

From:Laurence Reilly

In our lab the museum piece is a Baird and Tatlock microtome with the
reference  number 10376/17. Do you know if this company still exists? I
couldn't find them on the internet, but I would like to know how old this
instrument is.

            Regards,  Laurie.

At 12:31  22/08/01 +0100, Dr. Ian Montgomery wrote:
> Donna,
>           reparations and again it's like new. 
>         I realize that hospital labs work to a different agenda where
>speed and ease are important but for research labs, well, the basic
>technology hasn't changed so why stop using an instrument that produces
>perfect sections.
>         Alright, I know I'm sad, but I keep a Cambridge rocker ready just
>in case and if that fails, pith and a razor blade are within easy reach.
> Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 15:54:58 -0700
> Subject: museum
>  I have never seen of
>  A hospital in Lincoln City Oregon asked me if I could use a
>   I have been in
>  Does anyone
> out there have any idea how old it might be?
> Donna L. Carlton HT(ASCP)
> Good Sam Corvallis, OR:-)
>  Dr. Ian Montgomery,
> Microscopy Service Unit,
> Graham Kerr Building,
>& Life Sciences,
> University of Glasgow,
> Glasgow,
> G12 8QQ.
> Tel: 0141 332 8855 Extn.6644.
> e-mail: 
Mr.Laurie Reilly 
Histotechnologist.                         Ph 07 4781 4468
Physiology & Pharmacology                 Fax  07 4779 1526
Aust.Inst.of Tropical Vet.& Animal Sc.    
James Cook University           
       Townsville  Qld. 4811                            

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