Re: Cryostats

<< Previous Message | Next Message >>
From:June Shin <> (by way of histonet)
To:histonet <>
Content-Type:text/plain; charset="us-ascii"

>Received: from [] by (1.0) with SMTP id
MHotMail308773653010673506532503217160118435530; Thu Nov 05 08:35:40
>Received: from ([])
> by SWAX32.SWMED.EDU (PMDF V5.1-8 #18228)
> with SMTP id <01J3T83YT85A94OZSX@SWAX32.SWMED.EDU> for;
> Thu, 5 Nov 1998 10:35:32 CST
>Date: Thu, 05 Nov 1998 09:55:31 -0500
>From: Cheryl Crowder <>
>Subject: Cryostats
>Message-id: <>
>MIME-version: 1.0
>Content-type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>I got into the cryostat discussion late but if you're comparing them,
>you tried the Leica.  We have had a manual one for years with only one
>problem - a switch which controlled the object holder.  We could still
>frozens while waiting for its receipt.  There is also a motorized Leica
>another department and they love that one.  It is a research department
>they need serial and step sections more often than we do.  I haven't
>any other messages on the Histonet about the Leica, but we really like
>Cheryl Crowder, LSU - SVM
>We have had a Leica CM3000 for about 4 years in our Dermatology
department for Moh's surgery.  We absolutely love it and have had very
little trouble.  Cuts like a dream. We like it so much that we have
ordered the CM1900 (stand up version) for our Frozen Section room.

June Shin
Technical Specialist
Women's College Hospital
Toronto, Ontario CANADA

Get Your Private, Free Email at

<< Previous Message | Next Message >>