RE: coverslipping

From:"Chung, Luong"

What kind of problems do you have? Is your tape coverslipper made my Sakura?
We're having a promblem that occasionally slides get stuck at the chute
before into the holder, and technical supports/BioMed blamed it on the
reason that having too much "sta-on" in the water bath and it adhered to the

-----Original Message-----
From: Clarke, Cheryl []
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 2:24 PM
To: 'Histonet'
Subject: coverslipping

I know this topic has been talked to death, but we are using the tape
coverslipper and would like feedback from others if they have used it with
good success or have you had problems.  We are experiencing some problems
and have been told that it is all in the procedure.  Do you/others have a
better procedure that you wish to share? How have you changed from what you
were previously told to do?  I really would like some feedback.

Cheryl Clarke
Team Leader Histology
Royal Columbian Hospital
New Westminster, B.C.
Phone: (604)520-4355

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