etched coverslips

Matthew Sachs msachs at ADMIN.OGI.EDU
Sun Sep 18 16:00:29 EST 1994


>In article <pataky-150994135512 at steevlab.generes.ca>, Dave Pataky
>writes:
>
>>
>> Hey!
>>
>> Anyone out there in tissue culture- or histology land ever hear of
>a
>> company called Bellco?  They were cited in a paper as the suppliers
>of
>> coverslips with a 0.6x0.6mm grid etched into them, ideal for
>counting cells
>> etc.  If anyone knows the phone number of Bellco or anyone else who
>sells
>> etched coverslips I would be eternally grateful for the information.
>
>Never heard of Bellco, but Eppendorf make etched coverslips called
>Cellocate. They're OK, but the quality of the etching on individual
>slips is variable and sometimes very difficult to see under phase
>contrast.
>
>--
>
>Peter Mulderry,
>Edinburgh, Scotland.
>mulderry at castle.ed.ac.uk

SEE:

Bellco Glass
340 Edrudo Road
PO Box B
Vineland, NY  08630-0017
U.S. (not New Jersey) 800-257-7043

Their 1992 catalog lists stock number 1916-92525: 25 x 25 mm photoetched
coverslips, 520 unique (600 micron square) alphanumeric coded grids.




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