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Publications: Labs That Have Used the Compresstome®

Published on December 13, 2021

Will the Compresstome Work for my Experiments?

How do you determine if the Compresstome vibratome will work for your experiments? Take a look at our Compresstome References! At Precisionary Instruments, we understand that purchasing a new tissue slicer or vibratome is a critical decision. While we work to support you and inform you of the many benefits of purchasing our vibratome, sometimes you just need evidence that the Compresstome is as great as it sounds.

Compresstome References

We offer publications lists using Compresstome

Our customers around the world have used the Compresstome vibratome for a wide range of experiments. We have hundreds of customers around the world sectioning an array of animal models and tissue types. Some of the lists of References who have used the Compresstome for their research include:

Animal Model Tissue Type Experiments
Rodents (mouse & rat) Brain (live, fixed, + brainstem!) Electrophysiology
Chick (gallus gallus) Heart Immunohistochemistry
Pigs Spinal Cord Precision-cut lung slices
Fish Lung In-situ hybridization
Frog Tumor Slice Culture
Guinea Pig Muscle Imaging
Human (+ non-human primates!) Liver Electron microscopy
Compresstome References mice
Compresstome References experiment
Compresstome References heart organ

Ask us if we have the references for a specific organ system or animal model you work with. We will be happy to check our library of over 200 references to send you the relevant ones for your experiments.

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