Re: Fisher Protocol Stainer

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From:Sharon Osborn <>
To:"Kopczynski, Charlotte" <>
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Victor, a few labs seem to have had this problem.  I suggest you call Kathy
Davis in Phoenix about these.  She has several and would not do without them.
Also, the Mayo Clinic in Rochester has a couple.  Kathy was a beta site for the
stainer.  I had the original design model from Miles Lab Tek for histology and
cytology in the mid '70's and loved them.  We used them for 5-6 years before
they finally gave out.  Those were chain driven while these are computer.  The
same man designed both of them.  sharon osborn

"Kopczynski, Charlotte" wrote:

> we had the protocol stainer/coverslipper for a month.  it took a while to
> optimize the stain but we had to watch the coverslipper so closely, we could
> never walk away from the instrument. we decided that it was not effective in
> our lab setting and required too much maintenance and supervision.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Victor Tobias []
> > Sent: Friday, March 24, 2000 1:33 PM
> > To:   '
> > Subject:      Fisher Protocol Stainer
> >
> > Greetings to all,
> >
> > We are considering a demo of the Protocol Stainer by Fisher. We would be
> > interested in any feedback from present users or those that have already
> > had a demo.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Victor Tobias
> > Histology Supervisor
> > University of Washington Medical Center
> > Seattle, WA
> >

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