RE: [Histonet] Securline pens

From:"Faucette, Lawrence (NIH/NIAID)"

#2 pencil anyone ?  rarely washes off, Never dries out..........  Wink.
Just a thought

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jennifer Sipes [] 
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 1:15 PM
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Securline pens

I use Pigma Micron archival pens available at your local arts and crafts
store in the scrapbook section.  You have to let them dry, but once the ink
is on, it doesn't come off!  I use it for slide staining and tissue
processing.  I don't do as much tissue as a histology lab, so I can prepare
for the next day of tisse processing by marking all of my cassettes ahead of
time.  For more info, feel free to write to me!

Jennifer K. Sipes, RALAT
Sr. Laboratory Technician
Johns Hopkins University
Ross 929
720 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore, MD  21205
phone:  410-614-0131
cell:     443-413-0853

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