1. 3rd Quarter Sale Products

    3rd Quarter Sale Products
    3rd Quarter Sale Products
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  2. 3rd Quarter New Products

    3rd Quarter New Products
    3rd Quarter New Products
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  3. Inventory Update

    Inventory Update
    Update on Tube Inventory
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  4. Hard to find laboratory products IN STOCK NOW!

    Laboratory & research product inventory update for PathSUPPLY. 2021 continues to be a challenge but we do have an inventory of the following difficult products. Transport Bags – many sizes available, contact for your needs Microcentrifuge Tubes – standard and locking, snapcap and screwcap. 1.5 and 5mL now in stock. PCR – most products in our new PCR line in stock. Serological Pipettes – just 4 sku’s in stock, but a lot more coming in June and July. Transfer Pipets – multiple sizes in stock including sterile/individually wrapped. Transport Tubes – 5 and 10mL, non-sterile and sterile in stock. Centrifuge Tubes – 15 and 50mL, sterile/non-sterile, racked and bulk in stock. Cryogenic Vials – significant quantities of 5mL cryovials, internal and external thread in stock ready to ship! Filter Tips – we continue to receive large quantities of filter pipette tips. Current stock includes:
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  5. From Leprosy to Sickle Cell: A Focus on African Americans in Medical Research

    From Leprosy to Sickle Cell: A Focus on African Americans in Medical Research
    For hundreds or possibly even thousands of years, a diagnosis of Hansen’s disease (commonly known as leprosy)meant exile. For lack of a better alternative, many of those who came down with the disease were sent away to an isolated location to await death. They didn’t necessarily die of the disease, but with no cure and no effective treatment, lepers (the term used for those with the leprosy) never recovered and were never allowed to leave the leper colony. In the Hawaiian Islands, those who were found to be infected with the disease were sent to a small, isolated peninsula on the island of Molokai. That’s where Alice Ball comes in.
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  6. Scalpel Safety Tips for Medical Professionals

    Scalpel Safety Tips for Medical Professionals
    Regardless of the type of scalpel, caution when handling them is crucial. The risk of physical injury includes not only lacerations but also the biological hazards associated with having blood-borne pathogens potentially introduced directly into the bloodstream. Following basic safety precautions can help make scalpel use and handling safer for everyone.
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  7. Things that Spin for $1000

    Things that Spin for $1000
    A characteristic that’s present in several types of laboratory equipment is rotation or spinning. And while one device may spin to effectively mix the liquid contents of a vial or test tube, another one’s spinning motion has the opposite effect. Yet they both accomplish their end goal by way of rotation. With such a dizzying topic, we want to “mix it up” a bit with a little answer and question game (a bit like another game you might be familiar with). So without further adieu, let’s play! Our category is “Things that spin.” These are all things that are found in a laboratory. Let’s start with…
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  8. Introducing the Infrared Vein Imaging System – Why Every Healthcare Facility Should Have One

    Medical professionals from trainees to seasoned professionals and everyone in between will benefit from the IVIS-800, vein imager. And the patients they serve will appreciate it even more.
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  9. Rapid Change in the Pathology Lab – Choosing the Right Chemicals for Reducing Turnaround Time for Bone Marrow Biopsy

    Medical technology, like all technology, changes at a rapid rate. What used to take a week or longer can now be done in just a day or two. And these changes include even the longest processes in the pathology lab.
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  10. Cryostat Sectioning – How to Safely Prepare and Handle Frozen Tissue

    When a surgical team needs a fast turnaround time from the pathologist on a fresh tissue, the lab professionals turn to frozen sectioning and the cryostat. Cryostat sectioning introduces a few more potential hazards as well as being a bit more challenging. The problems encountered with sectioning frozen samples are often different than the potential issues from handling paraffin-embedded tissues.
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