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Scientific Support at Precisionary Instruments

Published on October 4, 2021

We are Here to Support Your Research

We’ve all worked on something and hit a road block, right? When this happens, do you receive the answers you need right away? In the scientific community, colleagues are busy, user manuals are misplaced or really lengthy, and finding the answer you need can be downright frustrating.

That’s why at Precisionary Instruments, we are here for you after your purchase your Compresstome® tissue slicer! Have a question using our Compresstome® or just about slicing tissue? Reach out to us. We will gladly assist you with your scientific and technical needs.

How We Can Help Your Research

At Precisionary Instruments, we care about our customers and are here to support them before, during, and after they purchase. We have many References and Protocols on hand for specific experiments using our Compresstome®. We also are available by phone and email for troubleshooting questions using our vibratome. The best part? We have experienced staff with 10+ years of experience sectioning fresh and fixed tissue using vibrating microtomes. Not only are we here for specific experiments, but for assisting you with sectioning sensitive and tricky tissue types too. We will be happy to help you with your experiments and give you pointers on how to best prepare and section your tissue, on experiments and tissue types including:

  • Electrophysiology
  • Immunohistochemistry
  • Precision-cut Lung Slices
  • Spinal Cord Sectioning
  • Fresh Older Mouse Brain Sectioning
  • Epidermis/Dermis Tissue Sectioning
  • …and so much more!
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All the Support You Need, Even After You Purchase

Using the Compresstome® tissue slicer for the first time can seem confusing and troublesome, but it does not have to be. Our Scientific Sales staff are here for you every step of the way, making sure you are enjoying your Compresstome® use and are producing the results you need.

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