TP 1050

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From:"R.Wadley" <>
Date:Fri, 19 Mar 1999 18:01:08 +1000
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	Dear all,

	There has been a bit of discussion on the histo mailing list recently
about the possible causes of vacuolated nuclei caused apparently by
processing.  The finger is being pointed at recycled zylene/ethanols & the
Leica TP 1050.  I know that there are a few Leica TP 1050's in Aus, I
bought 1 myself in the last Lab I was in, I thought mine did a great job,
but do others have this problem with nuclei?

Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 19:05:26 +0000
From: Hedley David Glencross <>
Subject: TP 1050

Hi everyone

Further to my request about nuclear meltdown and processing, it appears
that others have had similar problems with the TP 1050.

I would be interested to know of these problems and their solutions.
Please e-mail me direct with any responses.

Many thanks.

Hedley David Glencross

	I have some expereince with the TP 1050 in a couple of labs & have never
heard of this problem.
R. Wadley, B.App.Sc, M.L.S
Laboratory Manager
Cellular Analysis Facility
School of Microbiology & Immunology
UNSW, New South Wales, Australia, 2052
Ph (BH) 	+61 (2) 9385 3517
Ph (AH)	+61 (2) 9555 1239
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