dtast dtast at HSC.USC.EDU
Mon Feb 15 15:23:21 EST 1999

On Mon, 15 Feb 1999, Martin Houle wrote:
> > 
> > I have used rubber cement, and applied it using a syringe and needle (to
> > get a fine bead).  This seems to work OK, and the slides keep for over a
> > week in the fridge (4 degrees C).  My experience with agarose was that it
> > made a big mess, and also dried out quickly.
> > Hope this helps...
> > 
> >         David
> Hi David,
> This may seem like a silly question, but I have been looking for rubber
> cement for quite a while and have never found any.. 
> ----What company makes that glue?
> -- 
> Martin Houle M.Sc.
> Centre de Recherche du CHUL
> Laval University, Quebec, Canada
> email: martin.houle@(REMOVE)drs.crchul.ulaval.ca

I bought it down the street from the lab, at a drug store.  It should be
available at any stationary store, art supply, etc.  Only a couple dollars
for two tubes.  The brand I got was made by 'Superglue', but it is just
plain old rubber cement, and I've seen many different brands.  Hope this
helps... let me know if you need more info...

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