RE: DeCloaker

From:"Georger, Mary"

I have switched to using a Pressure Cooker and have had very good results. I
know I will get nailed for this but I purchased a Farberware unit, electric
on the counter, at 1/4 of the cost for a "Decloaker". You will have to do
your own validation for each solution with any system regardless of where
you buy it, and I ran side by side comparison using  another labs
"Decloaker" and saw no difference. I also need to be able to use a wide
variety of HIER solutions, so I cannot commit to one companies "magic
solution" ( if it were only that easy!). If you are interested in individual
protocols feel free to give me a shout.
Happy Friday to one and all!
Mary Georger
Center for Cardiovascular Research
University of Rochester Medical Center
KMRB Room 2-9816
601 Elmwood Avenue.
PO Box 679
Rochester, New York  14642

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> From: 	Connolly, Brett M
> Sent: 	Thursday, March 20, 2003 3:32 PM
> To: 	'HISTONET' (E-mail)
> Subject: 	DeCloaker
> netters,
> I am considering purchasing the decloaker for HEIR...either 'Next
> Generation" or the Decloaking Chamber Pro and get away from microwaving
> for
> HEIR. I'd appreciate hearing about your experiences.
> Thanks,
> Brett 
> Brett M. Connolly, Ph.D.
> Merck & Co.,Inc.
> MRL, Imaging
> WP26A-3000
> PO Box 4
> West Point, PA 19486
> PH 215-652-2501
> fax. 215-652-2075
> e-mail.
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