RE: [Histonet] antigen retrieval

From:"Drew Sally A."

We have two-and really like them.  As to whether they are really better than, say the Nordic ware pressure cooker in the microwave, I really don't know.  We like the fact that we can document maximum temp/pressure-numbers make us feel as though' we can actually track some sort of performance measure...

-----Original Message-----
From: william hewett []
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 2004 5:08 AM
Subject: [Histonet] antigen retreival

Hi All,
           Has anyone a glorified electric pressure cooker called a decloaking chamber in use in their lab.It is used to apply heat and pressure in a controlled manner to tissue sections to restore antigens before immunohistochemistry stains can commence.Its said to be superior to a microwave pressure cooker by its manufacturers.
                                                           Bill Hewett
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