RE: [Histonet] Securline markers

From:"Poteete, Jacquie A."

I think we've been here before, but I wasn't able to pull it out of the
archives.  Our lab switched to Statmark pens from Statlab (1-800-442-3573),
and we have had no problems at all.

Jacquie Poteete MT(ASCP)QIHC
Lead Technologist, IHC Laboratory
Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa. OK

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Emily []
> Sent:	Monday, July 26, 2004 12:47 PM
> To:
> Subject:	[Histonet] Securline markers
> We have been having a major problem the Securline markers for about a year
> - they are pretty much dry when we get them. The company that manufactures
> them told me to add xylene to each marker. It works most of the time, but
> it takes up a lot of time to add the xylene. My feeling is that I
> shouldn't have to do that anyway - they should just make a marker that
> actually works. I have tried out many other pens/markers and have found
> none to be satisfactory. The ink either fades too much during processing
> or just totally washes off. Does anyone have any similar issues? Does
> anyone have any ideas or suggestions?
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