Cryovials

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Dear Histonetters

I am looking to source a cryovial suitable for histology. We have had, in the past, aluminium bijou bottles (4cm high x 2cm in diameter) which were ideal, but the firm we have ordered them from does not seem to exist anymore. I have tried Nunc tubes which are a bit small (approx 0.8 x 2cm) and Nalgene tubes which are too big (4.0 x 4.0 cm). 

Does anyone know of a source of aluminium bijou bottles? or a liquid nitrogen resistant polypropylene pot?

Thanks in advance

David Muskett
Liverpool, UK

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Dear Histonetters
 
I am looking to source a cryovial suitable for histology. We have had, in the past, aluminium bijou bottles (4cm high x 2cm in diameter) which were ideal, but the firm we have ordered them from does not seem to exist anymore. I have tried Nunc tubes which are a bit small (approx 0.8 x 2cm) and Nalgene tubes which are too big (4.0 x 4.0 cm).
 
Does anyone know of a source of aluminium bijou bottles? or a liquid nitrogen resistant polypropylene pot?
 
Thanks in advance
 
David Muskett
Liverpool, UK
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