Xylene Substitute

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From:Jorge Villalona <jvillalona@snet.net>
Date:Wed, 19 May 1999 16:23:42 -0700
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Hi, everyone in the field of histotechnology.

Our histology lab is looking for a xylene substitute that is easy to
dispose of, great for diparaffinization, dihydration, coverslipping and
most important; nonhazardous to our health. 
If anyone is using a xylene substitute, please give us your input.
We greatly appreciate your commends and recomendation.

Jorge Villalona; HT (ASCP)

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