[Histonet] RE: Microwave Processor

From:"Osborn, Sharon"

	Please look at the Milestone Microwave Tissue Processor.  It is
built by an Italian company and marketed worldwide.  I first saw it in Salt
Lake at the 1998 NSH meeting then again in San Jose, CA 1005 California
State meeting.  I have used the Pella microwave and watched the Sakura rapid
processing equipment for small specimens do the processing.  From my
research, I would strongly consider the Milestone's latest edition processor
for it is almost hands free and produces great specimens ready for

sharon osborn
DNAX, ScheringPlough BioPharma
Palo Alto, CA

Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 09:31:21 +1300
From: "Muhammad Tahseen" 
Subject: [Histonet] Purcase a microwave tissue processor 
Cc: histo@skm.org.pk
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We are looking to purchase a microwave tissue processor for surgical
specimens. What has been the experience of users in Histoland as to
preferred manufacturers?

Muhammad Tahseen
Histology Supervisor
Lahore Pakistan.

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