Re: Immunohistochemistry texts revisited
|From:||Vinnie Della Speranza <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
I had the privilege of meeting Dr. True years ago when interviewing for a position at Yale.
Don't know if you have had a chance to view a copy of his atlas ( is there one on his shelf perhaps?). The term "atlas" almost does not do it justice. In addition to many very high quality photomicrographs of various immuno-stained markers, there is a wealth of technical and interpretive information. If it is out of print I suspect it will be difficult to find a used copy. Doubtful anyone would be willing to part with it. As I said earlier, I keep my copy in a very safe place. Condolences to those of you who are unable to get your hands on one.
Victor, any chance he's considering updating this valuable resource ? It belongs in everyone's collection of great references.
>>> Victor Tobias <email@example.com> 08/14/01 01:22PM >>>
Dr. Larry True is on staff here. Larry said that the book is available thru Amazon.com. He thanks you for the kind words.
University of Washington Medical Center
Vinnie Della Speranza wrote:
> There was an excellent reference entitled "Atlas of Immunohistochemistry" by Lawrence True which I keep at home for fear it will walk off from my office. I do not know if a more current version of this is available. This is one to be prized and guarded.
> Vinnie Della Speranza
> Manager for Anatomic Pathology Services
> Medical University of South Carolina
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> >>> RUSS ALLISON <Allison@Cardiff.ac.uk> 08/14/01 05:14AM >>>
> have always thought a book on immunocytochemistry in
> diagnostic histopathology,especially if lavishly illustrated, would be
> of immense value and a good seller.
> The closest I know to such a book is:
> Histochemistry in Pathology
> Filipe MI & Lake BD
> Churchill Livingstone
> ISBN 0 443 04019 2
> There may be a later edition of wh
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