Re: getting recognition

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From:Bryan Llewellyn <>
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Use a diamond pencil to scratch the autograph into the glass just below the
tissue.  Rub a soft black lead pencil (3B) over the scratch to make it
visible. Use a coverslip long enough to cover both the tissue and the

Bryan Llewellyn

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From: "Dianne Holmes" <>
To: <>
Sent: August 25, 2000 11:20 AM
Subject: getting recognition

when doing special stains for other labs, is there a way to "autograph" my
slides to prevent researchers from taking credit for  MY work?
Presentation  photos could be taken without the "autograph" showing but it
would always be on the original slide.   This probably  sounds like an ego
trip but I do good work and when I do something above and beyond my job
description, I  would like at least a greatful acknowledgement.  Does anyone
else feel this way  and if so how can it be remedied?    DEH

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