RE: [Histonet] Immuno Stainer

From:sheila adey

we have the Biogenex i6000, it also has true random access, you can load up to 5 runs.
However, if your staff does not have a good grasp of IHCs it may be difficult to operate. It is completely open. You can put any antibody or detection kit on it.
Sheila Adey HT MLTPort Huron HospitalMichigan> Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 12:30:49 -0500> From: kenneth.a.troutman@Vanderbilt.Edu> To:> Subject: [Histonet] Immuno Stainer> CC: > > Hi Sandy,> > We use the Leica BondMax. It is the only stainer that I know of that will allow you to start a run and then load more slides while the others are running. (Twice, actually.) As for the multiple detection kits, I believe with the model we have, you have to use at least one of their reagents on their detection kit to run the protocols. (You can just use the hematoxylin if you don't want to use anything else.) There is also, I believe a research version of this instrument that may be more flexible. > > Hope this helps.> > Ashley Troutman BS, HT(ASCP)QIHC> Histopathology Laboratory> Department of Pathology> Vanderbilt University Medical Center> Nashville, TN>    > Message: 1> Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 12:07:19 -0500> From: "Sandra Cheasty" > Subject: [Histonet] Immuno Stainer> To: ""> > Message-ID:>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"> > Any suggestions re: an "open" Immunostainer that allows multiple detection kits, and also allows starting a new run before the previous run has completed? I work with veterinary diagnostic and research tissues.> > > > Thank you,> > Sandy> > UW-Madison  > _______________________________________________> Histonet mailing list>>

Histonet mailing list

<< Previous Message | Next Message >>