Re: Ischemic damage

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From:"J. A. Kiernan" <>
To:Histonet <>, HistoScientific <>
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  Your client needs to buy a book or talk to someone who
  has read one. If he is paying you to do his reading, then
  you should spend a few years in a well stocked library
  before sending your client a bill. Email messages (even to
  the HistoNet listserver ;) have no authority. If you collect
  fees for passing on trivia from the internet you will
  soon be sued and broke, and will have deserved it.

 John A. Kiernan,
 Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology,
 The University of Western Ontario,
 LONDON,  Canada  N6A 5C1

On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, HistoScientific wrote:

> We have a client that is very specific in his request.  He is interested
> in looking at ultra structural changes in swine myocardium.  What stain
> is best suited for looking at ultra structural changes due to ischemia
> (mitochondrial architecture, glycogen storage, intracellular calcium,
> and nuclear chromatin).  Several pathologists told me that the only way
> to see these things is via Electron Microscopy, or perhaps very thin
> plastic sections.  Can anyone shed some light on this subject?  Thanks
> in advance.
> Sincerely,
> Beth Poole
> Histo-Scientific Research Labs.
> 107 Killmon Road
> Basye, VA  22810
> (540)856-2222
> fax: (540)856-2227

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