RE: Oncor Company
Oncor was acquired by Intergen. Their Web site is
http://www.intergenco.com/index_html.html. I don't know if they still sell
the coverslips which were basically cutup pieces of plastic bag material
probably polyethylene and known in the building trade as Visqueen used for
vapor barriers and available by the roll.
John E. Tarpley 5-1-A
One Amgen Center Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
These Opinions are my own and not necessarily those of my employer.
From: Margaret Gondo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 5:26 AM
To: Tracey Gunn; HistoNet Server
Subject: Re: Oncor Company
Believe it or not, I've heard of people using pieces of Parafilm for
this. I've tried it a few times with good results.
Tracey Gunn wrote:
> Hello Histonetters,
> A colleague of mine asked me to post this topic. She has previously been
> getting plasic coverslips to be used for in-situ from a company called
> Oncor. This company has recently folded (unknown reason) and she wants to
> know if the company has a new name, or if anyone knows of another source
> for these.
> Our thoughts are with everyone involved in the Washington and New York
> Tracey Gunn.
> Tracey Gunn
> Histology Service Unit
> University of Otago
> New Zealand
> Phone: (03) 479 7152
> Fax: (03) 479 7136
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