Re: [Histonet] Question

From:Victoria Baker

The only thing I can think of is what literally looks
like an "egg slicer"  I think we had ordered it from
MOPEC or one of the other surgical/autopsy companies
some 6 years ago.  It's a metal egg shaped base, and
using hi-profile microtome blades you could slice
fresh soft tissue (like brain)in thin even pieces.  I
haven't seen one in sometime, but maybe someone who
reads my e-mail will know where they can be purchased
these days.  If I remember correctly back then it cost
about $100.
Good luck


--- Nita Searcy  wrote:

> Anyone know of an inexpensive tool for cutting
> "fresh" 1 mm sections?
> Researcher wants to know.
> Thanks
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