Methods Digest, Vol 63, Issue 10

James Mough via methods%40net.bio.net (by jmough from uoregon.edu)
Thu Aug 26 12:34:14 EST 2010


I've used electrical tape for some time now.  It's stretchy,
inexpensive, and comes in a variety of colors so I've ended up
"color-coding" plates

James A Mough, CLSup
Laboratory Manager
University Health Center
University of Oregon

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Disposable counting chamber (Duncan Clark)
   2. Re: Re: Blood is settling (Yoram Gerchman)
   3. Sealing Tape for Petri Dishes? (WS)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 12:00:51 +0100
From: Duncan Clark <blackhole from abuse.plus.com>
Subject: Re: Disposable counting chamber
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Historians believe that in newspost 
<mailman.62.1282743845.1545.methods from net.bio.net> on Wed, 25 Aug 2010, 
"Brian Goldie (ISL)" <brian.goldie from immunesystems.co.uk> penned the 
following literary masterpiece:
>To whom it may concern
>
>Re:
>http://iubio.bio.indiana.edu:7131/bionet/hypermail/methds-reagnts/1997-
Febru
>ary/055155.html
>
>This states that we are not able to supply the slides due to a patent
>dispute.
>
>This is  not the case and I would appreciate if you could update your
page
>to say that as far as Immune Systems is concerned there are no patent
>disputes that affect our supply, and we have been selling the slides
for
>over 10 years.
>
>If it is an outdated page then please remove it, or better still update
it
>with my above comments because this webpage is still appearing in
Google
>results.

That is a web archive of a bionet news group post 13 years ago.

I'm not sure if news group servers will carry news group posts that are 
that old but if they do it is impossible to alter such a news group 
post. The information will therefore always be out there. It is also 
archived on Google groups and as such it can never be erased.

Sending the message above to this public newsgroup may counteract the 
previous post but you really need to talk to the web archivers. Maybe an

e-mail to archive from iubio.bio.indiana.edu would help?

Duncan
-- 
I love deadlines. I especially like the whooshing noise they make as
they go flying by.

Duncan Clark
GeneSys Ltd.


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Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 10:51:12 +0300
From: Yoram Gerchman <gerchman from research.haifa.ac.il>
Subject: Re: Re: Blood is settling
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How about modifying the pump so the syringe is rotating while it is
pumping? You
will need a very smooth plunger so the body can rotate around it (try
both glass
and plastic syringes) and a small motor (like 9V) turning a rubber wheel
that is
pressed against the syringe body.
Yoram

Yoram Gerchman Ph.D.
University of Haifa in Oranim
Israel


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> Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 18:52:53 -0400
> From: Joshua Silverstein <silverstein.joshua from gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Blood is settling
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> Hi all -
>
> I sent this a while ago and never really found a response that seemed
like a
> viable option.  Could anyone suggest some other perturbation that may
> inhibit red blood cell sedimentation?  I'd prefer to not add any
solutes
> (unless they are entirely benign) to the blood like others suggested.
>
> Thanks
> Josh
>


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Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 04:54:13 -0700 (PDT)
From: WS <novalidaddress from nurfuerspam.de>
Subject: Sealing Tape for Petri Dishes?
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Dear Experts,

just have bought sealing tape for petri dishes at 35 euros per 33m
roll. After unpacking, I realized that someone must earn a fortune by
buying some cheap stuff in bulk and removing the label on the
cardboard roll to prevent finding the real source.

Any idea what I might try next time?

Thanks for your help!

Wo


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