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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...
		David

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