RE: Cassette/Slide Markers
do these kind of markers stand on non frosted end slides after staining? or
do anybody know a company where to get 43 x 75 slides with frosted end?
> We have had the same things happening in our lab. I recently made a purchase
> of Tissue Dye from a company called Cancer Diagnostics Inc. and they sent me
> a sample pen, I have used it for almost a week, it is bright and vibrant even
> after processing and embedding. I have not checked into the pricing for it
> yet, but you can find the company on the web. I am definitely going to be
> getting in touch with them for more information about their pens!
> Lorraine Cornett
> Blue Ridge Pathology
> Histology Supervisor
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> From: THERESA ROHR [mailto:email@example.com]=20
> Sent: Thu 7/24/2003 10:58 AM
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> Subject: Cassette/Slide Markers
> I have been having a very hard time using the Secureline Markers from
> Allegiance. They were so dependable for years, never smeared and didn't
> off the cassettes after processing. Now, we are having a big problem.
> numbers are so light after processing that it has become a whole new job
> rewriting the cassettes. I ordered markers from Richard Allen but they
> the same, they just have their name on the side. I spoke to the Fisher
> and all he came up with was Secureline again.
> Do any of you use a different type marker? Are any of you experiencing
> I am with the Secureline markers?
> I would appreciate any comments.
> Thanks so much,
> Theresa Rohr, Section Head, Histology
> Nyack Hospital, NY
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