RE: [Histonet] Auto stainer and coverslipper

From:"Deltour, Douglas D.(HM2)"

The consistency is the nice part of auto stainers. I would recommend a cover
slipper depending on the quantity of slides produced.

HM2(FMF) Douglas D. Deltour 
Naval Hospital Sigonella Italy 
LPO Histology 
Histology Technician 
DSN 624-4669 
FAX 624-4680 
COMM (From US) 011-39-095-56-4669

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-----Original Message-----
From: Chan Wai Kam []
Sent: Friday, October 17, 2003 10:53 AM
To: HistoNet Server
Subject: [Histonet] Auto stainer and coverslipper

Hi Histonetters,

I would like to find out the quality of staining and coverslipping done
on those auto equipment.  We still stain our slides manually.  I'm just
wondering whether those slides coverslipped by machine would result in
any slides with air bubbles in them (as we sometimes get with manual

Julee Chan
Orthopaedic Surgery
National University of Singapore 

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