Re: [Histonet] FisherBiotech MicroProbe Staining Station

From:Patti Loykasek

Are you going to be using the MicroProbe for ISH? We are using one for ISH &
have been very pleased with it. It is certainly cheaper to buy & operate
than some of the other automated ISH instruments. It doesn't take much
reagent either, if you place your sections on the lower end of the slide.
The ProbeOn slides are a little more expensive, but have very good adhesion.
If you have any other questions, please contact me.

Patti Loykasek
PhenoPath Laboratories
Seattle, WA>

 Dear Busy Colleagues,
> I would very much appreciate that you could share with us your experience
> with MicroProbe staining system from Fisher Scientific. We intend to get
> one for a research project processing only 10-20 slides per day. I would
> particularly like to know if  staining results correlate closer to
> conventional  manual staining or closer to Techmate system (also a
> capillary action system) as well as the overall performance of the MicroProbe.
> Thank you very much in advance!
> James Guo
> ImmunoVision Technologies, Co.
> 100 North Hill Drive, #32
> Brisbane, CA 94005
> Tel: 650-320-4622
> Fax: 650-558-9621
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