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I hate this problem but I hate even more when I pull up a cryo vial that some one wrote on with a dry erase marker. Get printable tough tags. Two options after that, print on them with your laser printer. Can do many at a time. You can take a step further and overlay the tag with some 3m single sided tape (scotch tape is gonna brittle up from the N2.) ...


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This is indeed a problematic point. I habe been using machine printed labels for a while now (sometimes with some extra scotch tape around it to prevent it from falling) off, which worked pretty nicely. However, there is a printer available on the market (though I haven't tested it yet) which claims that they can print on any tube. This printer is called ...


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What I find works is to scotch tape the labels to the tubes, they hold up fine in our -70C freezer. What I did was go into excel 2010, go to View tab, click on Page Layout on the left side, not normal view! Then, go to home tab, select all the cells on the page. Go to the right side of the home tab, hit Format, then Row Height. This lets you set height in ...


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There is no evidence that one is better than the other, most likely because it differs from case to case. Neither you, nor your critics, are right. There is a tiny bit of science in a paper on digitizing blots, generalizing from blots of a specific protein (PMID: 19517440), and they use grayscale for no given reason. Come to think, that is the best paper in ...



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