Re: automated immunohistochemistry

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From:Dana Settembre <settembr@UMDNJ.EDU> (by way of histonet)
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On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 wrote:

> We are interested in recommendations for automated immunohistochemistry
> stainers.  One of the most important features we need is flexible
> programming to suit research applications.
> We would especially like to here from users and welcome any comments and/or
> suggestions.
> Thank you,
> Kathy Rohrbach
Hello Kathy,
I use the Dako autostainer.  It work wonderfully and best of all the
technical help is so user friendly.  I have been able to standardize my
immunohistochemistry on most of my antibodies and I throw wild things in
there for the researchers.  I usually use Dako's detection kits but I have
used other kits.  Their technical help once helped me so a wierd triple
antibody run on one section that came out nice and the pathologist loved.
I could check with my supervisor and see if you could come and have a
look.  If your interesed let me know. I'm in New Jersey.

Dana Settembre
Immunohistochemistry Lab
Pathology Department
University Hospital
Newark,  New Jersey

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