Museum spec. prep.

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While I am sure that there are more recent materials available I would
suggest finding a copy of  Handbook of Histopathological and
Histochemical Techniques by C.F.A. Culling.  I have 2 copies of the 3rd
Edition.  You will want Part V pages 529...563.  I believe that the book
is out of print but as you are just down the road from me I could LOAN
you a copy.  Not the one Charles signed and gave me though!  Call me if
I can be of assistance. wrote:
>  I am trying to help a Pathologist in the lab in preparing museum specimens
> for teaching purpose. I need help finding a good procedure and what materials
> needed to start this project?
>  Thanks,
> Nabil Elhertani
> Duke University Medical Center.
> Pathology Dep.
> Tel. # (919) 684-3648

best regards,
Robert Schoonhoven
Laboratory of Molecular Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis
Dept. of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
office 919-966-6343
   Lab 919-966-6140
   Fax 919-966-6123 

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