Re: jars and storage

From:Donna Kumiski

Weaton Science Products is a good place to start.

Donna Kumiski     HT (ASCP)
Medical College of Georgia
Dept. of Cellular Biology and Anatomy
CB 1202
Augusta, Georgia   30912-2000   
(706) 721-16278

>>> Philip Oshel  02/18/03 03:36PM >>>

I've suddenly been assigned a student with Storage Needs. Xylene 
resistant containers (which usually means glass), about 625 of them. 
I searched the histonet archives, and got Industrial Containers & 
Supply in Salt Lake City, UT, but I need to find more sites. 
Specifically we need smallish to medium sized containers in which 
specimens can be stored in xylene for extended periods (meaning 
air-tight lids) *and* that are cheap.
Unfortunately, I don't find this in the archives. Anyone in histoland 
know of a supplier of such containers?

Philip Oshel
Supervisor, BBPIC microscopy facility
Department of Animal Sciences
University of Wisconsin
1675 Observatory Drive
Madison,  WI  53706 - 1284
voice: (608) 263-4162
fax: (608) 262-5157 (dept. fax)

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