specimen size

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From:"P. Emry" <emry@u.washington.edu>
Date:Thu, 03 Jun 1999 16:26:27 -0700 (PDT)
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Dear Netters,

I have read the comments on standing up to section and it started me to
wondering about the size of specimens most of you work with. Mine need so
much messin' about with that standing up seems impractical.

I am a research tech working on pig parts, jaw joints, etc. that can run
from 2.5 cm x 2.0 cm 
to 4.5 cm x 4.0 cm.  They can be .3 cm to .8 cm thick.
It would help me to understand the advice and information being given if
I could put it into a proper context.

Would you(s) let me know what the usual specimen sizes are that you deal
with and if the sizes I am working on are unique?  Perhaps it will
help me to ask better questions if I put my work into a better context

Thanks for your time.

Orthodontics Research Lab
U of Washington, Seattle

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