Re: slide questions/Kiernan's post

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Date:Tue, 20 Jul 1999 13:23:37 -0500
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Caveat: this is from an editor of Microscopy Today.

Well, what can I say? The issue is out: July/August, and John's article is
indeed in it. Our only problem now is, will it get the Noble Prize for
Chemistry or for Medicine and Physiology? or the IgNoble Prize for

Please consider yourselves invited to subscibe to Microscopy Today, but
*don't* depend solely on MT for histo-related writings! Read American
Laboratory, other such journals, and the various society journals! (Please
note, we have to charge for overseas subscriptions--money or articles.)


Disclaimer: Microscopy Today has no financial interest in John Kiernan.

>    These operations could be automated, and it is surprising that
>    chrome gelatin subbed slides are not sold by all the companies
>    that sell stuff to histology labs. If any such company feels
>    like marketing pre-subbed slides, I hereby volunteer all sorts of
>    helpful hints (as a consultant, for a negotiable and hopefully
>    large fee). Meanwhile, there will be some free advice for the
>    ordinary workers in the next issue of Microscopy Today. (Possibly
>    Phil Oshel will follow this up with an enthusiastic invitation to
>    get all histonetters on the M.T. mailing list.)
>    Enough said,
>    John A. Kiernan,
>    Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology,
>    The University of Western Ontario,
>    LONDON,  Canada  N6A 5C1

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