Re: C.L. Sturkey Disposable Blades
I use C.L. Sturkey's low profile Silver and Gold edge blades. The Silver
cut equally to AccuEdge and are much cheaper in price! The ribbons may have
a slightly different appearance (coated with a different material??) then
AccuEdge, but the stained sections are of equal or better quality.
The Gold blades work well for decalcified samples, and I have found that
I can sections more skin bx's with the Gold. I think the Gold coated blades
hold up better when sectioning hard (keratinized, calcified, ect) samples.
Check out their web site at www.sturkey.com They have a very helpful
customer relations staff and will send you free samples. If you have any
questons, please email me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org
----- Original Message -----
From: "DeLovino, Salvacion S."
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2001 1:43 PM
Subject: Disposable Blades
> Hello to Histonetters!
> I would like to know what brand of disposable blades you use in your lab.
> want to try some other brands in the market but could not decide which is
> the best least expensive ones if there's such thing. Hope this is not
> against histonet rules. Thank you all and happy holidays!!!
> Salvacion Delovino, HTL (ASCP)
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