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<br> We steam our cross links out. The other methods
are no faster so why get fancy gadgetry. We dont need to hover over a microwave
to constantly check the temperature (or get the expensive self regulating
ones). A steamer takes up very little space and will only get as hot as
100 deg. centigrade.
<br>simple says it all :-)
<p>Marylou Pohl wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>First there was the microwave and all the fancy H.I.E.R.
solutions you could use to zap those darn cross-links.
<p>Then steamers and now pressure cookers (or do I have it reversed?) -
or even pressure cookers IN microwaves.....I think I'll bring in my grill
from home and see if I can drum up some business with it.
<p>But, I <b>would</b> like to "hear" some discussion on steaming vs. pressure
cooking those poor slides. Do some antibodies do better with one
method over another? Do you have all 3 gizzmo's in your lab?