Has anyone found out the price in US dollars including setup and shipping?
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From: Rene J Buesa
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Date: 03/22/2007 11:47AM
Subject: = [Histonet] About the Kurabo AS-200 sectoining instrument.
Dear Collea= gues:
Yesterday I e-mailed Kurabo Industries Ltd. asking for addit= ional
information about the AS-200 instrument and today I received their an swer.
Mr. Hiroomi Ipposhi from the Bio-Medical Department sent me = a "pdf"
that pritty much says the same thing as was posted.
The in= strument can prepare 200 sections (1 per slide) from 1 slide
in 2 hours or = 10 slides with 1 section each from 20 blocks in the
same 2 hours for an ave= rage of 10 blocks/hour. The sections are
transferred on a film.
Th= e national sectioning productivity average ranges from 17 to 70
blocks/hour= with an average of 31 blocks/hour, which means that this
instrument's prod= uctivity is 58% of the lower end productivity, 14%
of the upper end, and ju= st 32% of the overall average.
Starts sectioning at a pre-determin= ed depth so its main application
would be on large specimens several mm thi= ck to produce probably
I don't think could be in a= ny way be used for the tiny biopsies
received daily in the histology lab. Kurabo Bio-Medical can be reached
email@example.com = Phone:+81-6-6266-501l Osaka, Japan.
It is a textiles manufac= turing company founded more than 100 years
ago during the Meiji Revolution = that started diversifiying into
biomedical instruments only a few years ago= .
I thought you may be interested in knowing!
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