RE: "Vibratomes"

From:Emma Carter <E.Carter@oxfordbiomedica.co.uk>

Maybe i should have used the term 'vibrating microtome'!? I have only
ever heard of them as being vibratomes, and have rarely seen it written
Vibratome (TM).............

Thanks for the help though, i am chasing up a few interesting leads!

emma carter

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Steven E. Slap [SMTP:siksik@vgernet.net]
> Sent:	Monday, November 06, 2000 4:08 PM
> To:	HistoNet Server
> Subject:	Re: "Vibratomes"
> 
> Dear HistoNetters,
> 
> Emma Carter asked about buying a "vibratome."  For the record, let me
> say
> again that "Vibratome" is the registered trade name of a specific
> instrument made by Technical Products International in St Louis,
> Missouri
> (USA) and sold in the United States by Ted Pella, Energy Beam
> Sciences,
> Polysciences and Kramer Scientific.  They have a website
> (http://www.vibratome.com) with lots of good information on their
> instruments.  As Roger Moretz pointed out, Vibratomes are available
> with
> built-in chillers as an option.
> 
> Different vibrating blade microtomes are sold by Electron Microscopy
> Sciences, Leica and Camden Instruments.
> 
> Best regards,
> Steven Slap
> Springfield, MA
> 
> 
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