RE: animal tissue

From:"Monson, Frederick C."

Hi Amy,

	In my experience, whether processing amphibine, reptiline, or
mammaline (including primatine (including humine), lagormorphine, rodentine,
porcine, elephantine or whaline) tissues, the procedures only varied as a
consequence of known pathology (sp., pathogines).  As you can see I have
steer'd clear of bovines, because I never permitted myself to be cowed into
working with such bull.  Actually, however, someone snuck (sneaked?) some
bovide tissue into a run years ago and I didn't know the difference until
after I had included the results in my rodentide report.  
	My advice is to steer clear of any procedural modification that sets
the bovid apart from the same processing used on other mammalids (including

Best regards and good luck on your boars.  I'll soon be taking the bore'ds
in Advanced English with a concentration in phonetic consistency as soon as
I save sufficient funds.  

Fred Monson - someone tell me it's not close to Friday!

Frederick C. Monson, PhD   
Center for Advanced Scientific Imaging
Schmucker II Science Center
West Chester University
South Church Street and Rosedale
West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, 19383
Phone:  610-738-0437
FAX:  610-738-0437
Visitors URL:

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> Sent: 	Thursday, June 27, 2002 3:46 PM
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> Subject: 	animal tissue
>       Does anyone have any info. or protocols/procedures that they would
> be willing to share on processing and staining of animal tissue?  I work
> with human tissue but am gonna have to use some animal tissue(steer)  for
> my histology boards - Any info. would be appreciated - 
>                                                                   Amy 
> 843-527-7179 - phone 
> 843-520-7882 - fax

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