Fw: Source of Re: [Histonet] Incubation chamber
Years ago when my IHC lab was a fledgling entity with very little budget, I
used a 9x13" metal cake pan (with lid), wet paper towels for humidity in the
bottom, and disposable 1 ml pipets as the slide racks. They held two rows
of 10 slides each. Just had to make sure my wet paper towels laid flat (no
bubbles), otherwise they'd make the pipets sit uneven.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gayle Callis"
To: "Geoff McAuliffe" ;
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 10:21 AM
Subject: Source of Re: [Histonet] Incubation chamber
> Evergreen Scientific has a 10 slide chamber, plastic, with lid. The
> chamber is designed so slides are elevated, just add water to bottom of
> wells for humidity. There are 3 chambers per package, very inexpensive.
> You can stack them. They come either black plastic for fluorescence work
> OR clear. I have seen them sold other places to, maybe EMS is the place.
> Evergreen makes them.
> Very tidy little devices for low volume work
> At 08:06 AM 5/23/2006, you wrote:
>>I use "Tupperware", or a generic equivalent. Slides are supported by glass
>>rods in the bottom of the container. Add a little water and seal.
> Gayle Callis
> Research Histopathology Supervisor
> Veterinary Molecular Biology
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