Re: [Histonet] RE: Tissue Processors

From:Peggy Bisher

I deal with a company called Electron Microscopy Sciences for a lot of my
electron microscopy consumables.

A portion of their business is also with Histology products. They do sell a
small (desktop) automated tissue processor. They actually have two models,
the LYNX II and the LYNX el. Both are probably a lot cheaper then a stand
alone system that you mentioned.

Give them a call, they have a great website, perhaps you might like what
they offer instead. I myself have not used these processors, but I have been
a customer of theirs for many years and I very happy with them.

Good Luck, Peggy

Margaret E. Bisher
Electron Microscopy & Histology Core Facility Manager
Department of Molecular Biology
Princeton University
Moffett Laboratory, Room 113
Princeton, New Jersey
Office: (609) 258-7026
Fax: (609) 258-8468

On 7/9/08 11:59 AM, "Atoska Gentry"  wrote:

> Hello, thanks to all who responded to my initial inquiry. Your
> assistance has aided in my ability to narrow my search. It has been
> brought to my attention that any processor other than Microm's STP120
> Spin Tissue Processor and/or ThermoShandon's  discontinued TPC12 would
> be overkill for both our processing volume and budget. Therefore, I
> would be most appreciative if  those of you using either of these
> processors or something similar will share with me  the pros/cons  ,
> likes /dislikes ASAP.  Thank  you  kindly, Atoska
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