RE: Does anyone need some free antibodies?

From:"Goodwin, Diana" <>

At our institution, the standard O.R. permission form as well as the autopsy
authorization form contain a sentence stating that the patient understands
that any tissue resulting from the procedure for they are granting
permission may possibly be used for scientific or research purposes.

Diana Goodwin
Pathology Dept
Capital Health System
Trenton, NJ

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> Sent:	Saturday, May 26, 2001 2:02 AM
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> Subject:	RE: Does anyone need some free antibodies?
> be careful here, you wouldn't want to buy human tissue, that's illegal you
> know, and who ever sends you tissue should have a signed written release
> from the person the tissue belongs to
> what are the rules here histonetters?
> i know that inorder to use someone's tissue or cells for research at my
> institute you have to find that person and have them sign a release form
> patsy ruegg  
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Gordon
> To: Histonet (E-mail)
> Sent: 5/24/01 8:04 AM
> Subject: Does anyone need some free antibodies?
> If so, there is a way that you can get 6 ml prediluted anti-human
> antibodies, any kind you want, through a barter with Cell Marque.
> Cell Marque is in need of some known positive human tissue blocks.
> Because we offer stained and unstained controls to our valued clients on
> a regular basis to assist them with their immunostaining, we have run
> low on certain control tissues.  As a result, we are offering antibodies
> for tissue blocks.  For every positive control block that we receive, we
> are willing to trade any 6 ml predilute that we carry.  That is correct,
> if you contact us and let us know that you have any positive control
> blocks that we need, we will have it shipped to us.  Once we test the
> block for positive staining, we will send you a 6 ml predilute OF YOUR
> CHOICE from our reference guide FOR EACH BLOCK SENT.  Blocks that don't
> stain for us we will simply return to the facility, so nothing is lost.
> For those interested, here are the positive human tissue blocks that we
> are looking for:
> H. pylori
> Parvovirus
> Pneumocystis carnii
> ALK-1
> If you have any questions, please respond via private e-mail or call
> Cell Marque.  Thank you.
> Jeff Gordon
> Technical Sales Consultant
> Cell Marque Corp.
> 1-800-665-7284

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