RE: Elmer's glue
|From:||Mass Histology Service <Jstaruk@masshistology.com>|
We've been using Elmer's glue (made fresh every day) for years and have
never seen a bacteria.
James E. Staruk, HT(ASCP)
Mass Histology Service
>From: jpark [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2001 9:01 PM
>Subject: Re: Elmer's glue
>Regarding Elmer's glue, the presence of bacteria is disturbing.
>Bacteria grow in hot springs, in cold temperature (in refrigerator of 4C)
>and also on crude oil in Ocean.
>But it is new to me that bacteria grow in a highly viscous
>in Elmer's glue. As you know, Elmer's glue is extremely viscous with very
>little water which is a necessity for any life. To me, it does
>not make any
>sense that any life can grow in the glue.
>I am wondering whether finding of bacteria in Elmer's glue is nothing but a
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