RE: forced-air ovens

From:Cynthia Favara <>

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD> <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="MS Exchange Server version 5.5.2653.12"> <TITLE>RE: forced-air ovens</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> <P><FONT SIZE=2>Marg,</FONT> <BR>        <FONT SIZE=2>I have an old one from Shandon, might try their catalogue.</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>Cynthia Favara</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>Rocky Mountain Laboratories</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>903 S. 4th Street</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>Hamilton, MT 59840</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>406-363-9317</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>FAX 406-363-9286</FONT> </P> <BR> <P><FONT SIZE=2>-----Original Message-----</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>From: Hagerty, Marjorie A. [<A HREF=""></A>]</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>Sent: Friday, February 16, 2001 6:11 PM</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>To: 'Histonet'</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>Subject: forced-air ovens</FONT> </P> <BR> <P><FONT SIZE=2>I would like to get a forced-air slide dryer for my immunos. I noticed that</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>the slides that are incubated on our H&E stainer which has air circulating</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>in the oven, stay on better than the ones incubated in a regular oven. I</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>found that incubating them for 30 minutes on the stainer kept the sections</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>on even during harsh retrieval for 40 mins. I don't want to tie up the oven</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>on the stainer for that long. Does anyone have a recommendation? I see one</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>in a catalog by TBS.</FONT> </P> <P><FONT SIZE=2>Anyone have any other quick incubation ideas? Would like to get the breast</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>panels stained and run on the ACIS is one day if possible so am trying to</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>cut corners when possible.</FONT> </P> <P><FONT SIZE=2>Thanks!</FONT> <BR><FONT SIZE=2>Marg</FONT> </P> </BODY> </HTML>
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