Re: [Histonet] Incubation chamber

From:Geoff McAuliffe

I use "Tupperware", or a generic equivalent. Slides are supported by=20
glass rods in the bottom of the container. Add a little water and seal.

Geoff

Jatindra Prakash wrote:

>Does anyone know of a supplier for a low cost incubation chambers for hold up to 6 slides? 
>I am tired of having slides dry out during overnight incubation in the make-shift chambers 
>I have tried to construct. 
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>Thanks in advance,
>
>Jatindra
>Atlantic Veterinary College
>Canada
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