|From:||Phyllis Davie <email@example.com>|
Put a rocker plate into a refrigerator. Put the specimen into a
fluid-filled container, and onto the rocker plate. Many refrigerators are
built with outlets in them for just this type of thing. If you don't have
one, walk up and down the halls and knock on doors. SOMEONE (probably
several someones) over at the UW must have one.
> From: "P. Emry" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 11:55:15 -0700 (PDT)
> To: HistoNet@pathology.swmed.edu
> Subject: refrig/stirrer/Olympics
> I have a post-doc who wants to agitate fluid around specimens in the
> refrigerator. Got some suggestions for me?
> A note to the Aussies on-board the net:
> The opening ceremonies to the Olympics were profoundly moving.
> As a middle-aged woman, part Native American and a great sports fan...
> it spoke to my heart. It defined you as a people of great soul,
> sensitivity and grace. You've made and are making the world a better
> Trisha Emry
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