[Cytometry] Filter material for DNA ploidy testing

Derek Davies derek.davies at cancer.org.uk
Thu Jul 2 02:22:00 EDT 2009

Hi Jill,

Not a local source for you but useful to people over this side of the water
is a company called Clarcor who market the Lockertex range of products which
includes a wide range of mesh in a number of different pore sizes. We use
these as they are both autoclavable and sterilisable.

Details: http://www.clarcoruk.com/lockertex/index.htm

Best wishes,

On 1/7/09 16:51, "Crumbacher, Jill"
<Jill.Crumbacher at nationwidechildrens.org> wrote:

> All,
> Our lab currently uses nylon filter material from Small Parts, Inc. for
> filtering specimens for our DNA ploidy testing. I am curious if other
> labs order from a different manufacturer for filtering specimens to be
> run on the flow cytometer. Any ordering information is greatly
> appreciated.
> Thanks, Jill
> Jill Crumbacher, MT(ASCP)SH
> Technical Specialist, Special Hematology Lab
> ChildLab - A division of Nationwide Children's Hospital
> Columbus, Ohio

Derek Davies, FACS Laboratory, London Research Institute,
Cancer Research UK, 44 Lincolns Inn Fields, London, UK.

Tel: (44) 20 7269 3394
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e_mail: derek.davies at cancer.org.uk

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