RE: A supplier for teaching slides?

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From:"marjorie lehman" <>
To:"Sue Danielson" <>, "" <>
Date:Thu, 29 Jul 1999 07:32:24 -0400

Try Carolina Biological Supply. Someone "borrowed" my catalogue, so I have no
#s to give you. Sorry
Marge L

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From:	Sue Danielson []
Sent:	Wednesday, July 28, 1999 6:55 PM
Subject:	A supplier for teaching slides?

Hello histonetters,

I'm hoping someone out there has a good suggestion for a supplier of
teaching slides...I am helping out a colleague who is looking to replace the
teaching slide collection for our first-year medical students' general
histology course.

In particular, we are interested in approximately 115 longitudinal sections
of muscle, normal pathology, showing the basics of banding patterns (A band,
I band, & Z line.)  I'm thinking semi-thin, toluidine blue-stained sections
would work well...Any other suggestions?  I could actually make these for
the course myself; however unfortunately I'm not sure I could justify it
timewise as I'm currently working alone...

Soooo, looking for a suitable vendor contact is my next step.  I believe
other slide sets which are being sought after are ground bone, blood smears,
and breast.  As usual, thanks for any help you can give!

Susan Danielson, MS
Neuromuscular Lab Coordinator
Medical College of Wisconsin

ph: 414.259.3836

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