[Histonet] microwave processing on a budget...
i have a few questions about microwave processing skin biopsies utilizing a
microprocessor. i've looked into protocols and equipment but figured this
would be the best/quickest sources of trial/error stories.
i want to get a used lab microwave but want to hear good/bad stories from
the folks in the trenches. :) marketers can sell me ANYTHING!! i might be
the ONLY person that bought the magic bullet food processor AND the ginsu
knife. (for the record, they are NOT as sharp after cutting through a tin
i purchased a used shandon hypercenter from a surplus lab equipment
place... and it's been such a NIGHTMARE. with enclosed processors there
are so many possible issues. gaskets/circuit boards/cable ports.... i'm
starting to think micro-processing would keep the biomedical-nightmares to
a minimum. have i inhaled too many fumes or could i be onto something?
i REALLY don't want to resort to an old carousel processor.
the specimens will be limited to small shave/punch skin biopsies and the
runs will never be more than 20 blocks. i would love to hear from anyone
that has done this with good results. i'd like to hear the "avoid THIS at
all costs...." stories as well. :)
histonette is such a wonderful resource! you guys are AWESOME!
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