blue plastic pestle

neale at mbcf.stjude.org neale at mbcf.stjude.org
Fri Jun 4 11:43:58 EST 1993


In article <MAILQUEUE-101.930602161009.256 at ahabs.wisc.edu>, ming at ZEUS.AHABS.WISC.EDU ("Ding Ming") writes:
> Dear netter,
> 
> I was using a blue plastic pestle to homogenize tissue in a 
> Eppendoff tube and I forgot where we get it. Can someone tell me the 
> name of the company who sell this kind of blue plastic pestle?
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> 
> 
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You can get eppendorf pestles from RPI (Research Products International) who
seem to be a reseller/distributor for a number of companies. I can't remember
if they are blue, but you can get them there!

Regards,

Geoff Neale



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