Source of glass tubing for micropipettes?
thasaka at astro.ocis.temple.edu
Thu Apr 16 18:12:03 EST 1998
Another source of glass micropipettes which we use in our lab is Sutter
Instrument Co. in California. All I have is the phone number: (415)
883-0128, but they probably have a web site as well. We also use one of
their programmable micropipette pullers which does a great job of pulling
different sized tips. I hope this gives you some help.
In article <352E717D.2E9 at u.washington.edu>, "Eric H. Chudler"
<chudler at u.washington.edu> wrote:
> Jeff Willner wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Can anyone recommend a souce of glass tubing suitable for fabricating
> > micropipettes? I want to fabricate some injector tips to glue onto the end
> > of a Hamilton microsyringe (for making neurotoxin lesions of hippocampus).
> > I need glass tubing that approximates the following dimensions: 1.2 mm x
> > 0.68 mm x 6" in length.
> > I was given the name of A + M Systems (of Everitt, WA) as a source of
> > tubing, but the phone numbers I tracked down for the company have all been
> > disconnected. I'd certainly be interested in getting in touch with them if
> > they're still in business, but I'm now more concerned with finding a good
> > source for tubing.
> > Thanks for any leads,
> > Jeff Willner
> > --
> > Jeffrey Willner, Ph.D. I speak only for myself
> > Department of Psychology jwillner at runet.edu
> > Box 6946, Russell Hall jwillner at james.psych.runet.edu
> > Radford University (540) 831-5341 (voice)
> > Radford, VA 24142-6946 (540) 831-3116 (fax)
> A-M Systems, Inc should have what you need. See their home page at:
> Other information from their page:
> A-M Systems, Inc.
> 131 Business Park Loop
> PO Box 850
> Carlsborg, WA 98324 USA
> Toll free: 1-800-426-1306
> Customer service: sales at a-msystems.com
> Tel: 1-360-683-8300
> Technical assistance: tech at a-msystems.com
> Eric H. Chudler, Ph.D.
> (URL: http://weber.u.washington.edu/~chudler/ehc.html)
> (URL: http://weber.u.washington.edu/~chudler/neurok.html)
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