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From:Karen Larison <larisonk@uoneuro.uoregon.edu>
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The classic book by John R. Baker -- Principles of Biological 
Microtechnique: A Study of Fixation and Dyeing (1958) -- is also a 
good resource for this type of information.

Karen in Oregon

>Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2000 11:11:10 -0400 (EDT)
>From: MTitford@aol.com
>Subject: Shrinkage
>To: histonet@pathology.swmed.edu
>Cc: jennings@mayo.edu
>There was a paperback scientific book published in the 60's that dealt with
>the subject of shrinkage. I think it was called "Cytological Technique" by
>Bruce Casellman. I may even have it stashed away somewhere at work.
>The author measured the rate of penetration and shrinkage of different
>fixatives. I seem to remember he also used blocks of gelatin as some of his
>model "tissue".
>This book would be a good place to start any study on shrinkage.
>Mike Titford
>USA Pathology
>Mobile AL

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