RE: [Histonet] Xylol substitutes
There are many xylene substitutes in use today, but as far as I know
(someone correct me if I'm wrong) they all have to be disposed of as
hazardous waste. And many of them cost more to purchase than xylene. So,
financial considerations are probably not a good reason to switch.
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of
> Sharon Allen
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> Subject: [Histonet] Xylol substitutes
> Does anyone use xylol substitutes, if so how good are they?
> We do CJD testing & "the powers that be" don't like to pay for getting rid
> of contaminated xylol. I don't want to have to start testing different
> substitutes, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
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