Old Timey Cassette Holders

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From:Susan Owens <ohenry@dfw.net>
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My lab is willing to top Barbara's offer.. We'll match her great cookies and
throw in a
home made Black Forest Cake (made from scratch and with Kirsch)..hehe..No
wish Tissue Tek would consider making these again. I can't find
anything I (we) like as well. And I have been looking....Barbara, do you
Tissue Tek would listen if we got a petition going?

Barbara asked:
>Fellow Histonetters,   I am looking for a product made by Tissue Tek-- way
>back in the early 1980's.  It is a cassette holder.  It is made of
>steel and has "TISSUE-TEK II" printed in black on the top front. It is 3
>1/2" wide, 3 1/2" deep, but stands only 1 1/4" inches tall. It has 5 slots
>or rows which hold 3 cassettes (with no lids attached) each for a total of
>15 cassettes.  We have three of these units and we use them daily.  I have
>checked with quite a few people and have been assured they are not made any
>more.  If you have some of these junking up a drawer, perhaps we can work
>out a deal....I make cookies!  You sure would make some techs happy.
>call or e-mail me to the address below.  Thanks.

>Histologically Yours,
>Barbara Stancel
>USDA, FSIS, OPHS, Eastern Lab
>Athens, Georgia 30604
>phone: (706) 546-3556
>email:  bstancel@hotmail.com

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