RE: A big coverslipper difference

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From:Mark & Carrie Byrne <>
To:Tim Morken <>, histonet <>
Date:Thu, 03 Jun 1999 17:17:31 -0700
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thanks for the tip tim....i agree that the key to the whole problem is the
use of a xylene substitute.  but with major problems that have occurred in
the past (xylene accidently being dumped down the drain...on more than one
occassion...the city thinks we do it on purpose...we don't of course, just
someone not paying enough attention), our supervisor is looking for any way
to get xylene out of the lab entirely.  in the meanwhile, we'll just
continue to plod along dealing with it as best we can.
thanks again,
ps....i hoping a glass coverslipping machine will be on our christmas wish
list for next year....

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