RE: Bone technique book

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From:"Kellar, Eric" <> (by way of Marvin Hanna)
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I have two good books to recommend, which would make an interesting addition
to your collection and probably are out of print, but are worth searching
for with a used or out of print book search:

Wallington, E.A., Histological Methods for Bone.

Eriksen, E., Bone Histomorphometry.

"The great drawback in new books is that they prevent our reading the old
ones". (Joseph Joubert: Pensees)

Eric C. Kellar
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

-----Original Message-----
From: P. Emry
To: MacDonald, Jennifer
Cc: 'Histonet'; 'Barry, Lilith'
Sent: 1/26/00 4:03 PM
Subject: RE: Bone technique book

Hi Jennifer et al,

I would love to have that information too.  I am working with both
and decaled bone.  There just is not much out there in the way of bone
books.  I have a very old book and clearly the science is beyond it now.
The Preparation of Decalcified Sections.  1966 Charles C. Thomas Pub.

I hope to hear from anyone with references on bone work.  Thanks
Trisha Emry
Orthodontics Research Lab
U of Washington, Seattle

On Tue, 25 Jan 2000, MacDonald, Jennifer wrote:

> Mt. Sinai Hospital, in Toronto, has a hugh bone and mineral research
> I worked there in the late '80's doing bone histomorphometry with
> undecalcified bone biopsies in plastic.  I don't have the number with
me but
> if you would like to contact someone there let me know and I can get
> number and a contact person.  They might have the resources that you
> looking for, or at least recommendations for a good book.
> Jennifer MacDonald
> San Antonio Community Hospital
> > ----------
> > From: 	Barry, Lilith[]
> > Sent: 	Monday, January 24, 2000 1:21 PM
> > To: 	'Histonet'
> > Subject: 	Bone technique book
> >
> > Could someone recommend a good textbook on bone  processing and
> > A
> > group in our Institute just purchased a bone morphometry  program
> > (Osteomeasure) and needs  all sorts of new bone processing
> > that
> > they haven't used before.
> > I might bother you with some of those technical questions too later
on, if
> > you don't mind.
> > Thanking you in advance,
> > Lilith
> > -----------------------------------------
> >
> > Lilith Ohannessian-Barry
> > National Research Council
> > Institute of Biological Sciences
> > Tel;613-993-6460
> > Fax;613-941-4475
> > e-mail; <>
> >
> >


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