RE: [Histonet] Retriever 2100

The Retriever was originally developed for sterilizing surgical  instruments 
in a physicians office setting. Although its easy to operate  and costs less 
than a decloaking chamber, it doesn't monitor or display the  operating 
temperature, lacks a pressure gauge (which provides  performance verification), and 
you can't modify the time or  temperature settings.  It may be marketed for  
retrieval, but when you consider its limitations and its pricetag, it just  
doesn't measure up.  I thoroughly evaluated the Retriever before  including it in 
a review of retrieval methods and devices that was  published a few years ago. 
 For more  information, consider downloading the paper, available through  
this link: _ 
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Good Luck,

Message: 3
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008  13:59:01 -0500
From: "McMahan, Belinda"  
Subject: [Histonet] Retriever 2100

Good afternoon,
Has anyone  used the Retriever 2100 from EMS? It is a pressure cooker for
antigen  retrieval and I would like to know how it compares to the
Decloaking Chamber  from Biocare which is what I currently use.
Any information will be  helpful.
Belinda McMahan
Washington University
Dept. of  Ophthalmology
Immunomorphology Core Lab

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