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Keywords: microtome, histo-freeze
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mlweiss at matt.ksu.ksu.edu (Mark Louis S Weiss) writes:
>>>I will be teaching a graduate neuroanatomy course and will need to equip a
>neuroscience lab with histology equipment. If you know where I might
>purchase: an A/O 860 sliding microtome, a super-histofreeze, a
>retracting rotary microtome (similar to a reichard biocut 2040). Used
>equipment is fine, price- low low price- is what I'm after. So if you
>know where this equipment may be found, please let me know.
>>Mark L. Weiss
>Kansas State University
>Dept of Anatomy and Physiology
>Manhattan, KS 66506-5602
>fax 913 532-4557
We were able to get a good deal on used equipment for histology from:
Phoenix Equipment, Inc.
100 Fernwood Ave.
Rochester, NY 14621
FAX: (716) 266-1598
Their inventory changes as they obtain and recondition equipment
of all sorts. Call or fax to get their current list. Example:
we got a rather old, but reconditioned,Lab-Tec cryostat with
blade and newly manufactured anti-roll plate and limited warantee
for $1000. Not too bad.
Timothy J. Shickley, Ph.D. Director, Neurourology
DEAN'S ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY
Departments of Urology and Anatomy/Cell Biology
Temple University School of Medicine
3400 North Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19140
(VOICE/DATA) 215-221-8966; (VOICE)215-221-4567; (FAX)215-221-4565
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