RE: [Histonet] plastic cryo molds

From:"Alan Bright"

Dear Renee,

I see that you have had a few replies, if these sizes do not suit your
study, then perhaps you can let me know what sizes you require and the
quantities. This will then enable me inform you what we can offer. Also
for cryo moulds I have been finding that metal ones are far superior to
plastic as the front sectioning face stays flat, they freeze much faster
and they are much easier to release from the mould. 

I will leave this with you if you are interested.

Best Regards

Alan Bright

Bright Instrument Co.Ltd.
St Margaret's Way
PE29 6EU

Tel No:+44 (0)1480 454528
Fax No:+44 (0)1480 456031
Web Site:
Skype User ID: dazzle0

-----Original Message-----
From: Till, Renee [] 
Sent: 25 July 2006 13:16
Subject: [Histonet] plastic cryo molds

Does anyone know if they make any of the plastic cryo molds deeper than
the standard ones? I know someone who needs to freeze a whole rat heart
from rats 3-5 months old. Or does any one have any ideas what could be
used ?


Renee' Till, HT

Research Assistant

Arkansas Children's Nutrition Center

1212 Marshall St./N2021

Little Rock, AR 72002

Office (501)364-2785

Fax (501)364-3161


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