I think that what you're referring to is the NordicWare 'Tender-Cooker',
which is placed into a microwave oven after loading with water and containers
holding slides in a retrieval solution. The insert is not 'lab-certified' per
se, but you certainly could validate a procedure using this combination of
devices if you wished.
This item can be purchased from Nordic Ware:
(http://www.nordicware.com/store/products/detail/22688074-7C89-102A-B382-0002B3267AD7) (or, for
$10 less, from Amazon:
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 06:21:28 -0500
From: "Victoria Baker"
Subject: [Histonet] microwave pressure cookers
To: histonet firstname.lastname@example.org_
I'm trying to locate a 'lab certified' microwaveable pressure cooker.
The last one I saw I thought might have been from BioCare or Biogenex.
Does anyone know who carries them or what you are using for microwave
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