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Can these still be ordered? Beth Richardson bethrichardson@uga. edu Fri Jun 8


After a fresh reboot of the computer, start your LEO application. Screen print “Shift Print Scrn” the LEO-SRV. Post that image to a public webpage. Then repost your query with a link to the screen-dump. I am looking to see if you get the “L-REM is not responding” or “Vac firmware” message. However, anyone helping you (including Zeiss service) would want to see all the messages. As for the desiccant on the air line, just ask Zeiss service for the part number. Mine is blue, but we use xdry-N 2 for the pneumatics. Jim Quinn jquinn11733@gmail.com Fri Jun 8


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laboratory information management system (LIMS) I’m looking for a laboratory information management system (LIMS) for microscopy. I don’t need all the online analysis provided by OMERO, and I’m looking for something simpler. Many of our students just save their data on our server with stupid names like test123. I’m looking for a way to stick a protocol next to every image taken in a clean searchable way. For example, if the image is immunofl uorescence of a bovine embryo, I would want the user to select from a list of protocols, then enter species, cell type, antibody, wavelength, etc. T e actual microscope settings are not so important because they are already stored in the metadata. T e best solution would be something open source that we could run locally on our servers. Alexandre Bastien alexandre.bastien@fsaa.ulaval.ca Sat May 12


At University of Victoria we used this one: http://www.fomnet- works.com/about_us.html . You can also get a free trial. Stefano Rubino stefano@soquelec.com Sat May 19


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