Re: Immunohisto books

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From:"J. A. Kiernan" <>
To:Christine Lee <>
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On Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Christine Lee wrote:

> Can anyone recomend a good immunohistochemistry book to one of our  post
> graduate students. I had a list but my previous computer had a fatal
> accident.

  Did you bury the monitor above or below the box with the
  disk drives etc? 

  What you and your students need is a good dose of Printed Words
  that are not being sold by purveyors of immunoreagents. The
  answer is one of the Royal Microscopical Society's cheap (Sorry,
  RMS - inexpensive) - paperback handbooks.  For immunohistochemical
  matters this is the 2nd edn of Polak and Van Noorden's (1997) 
  Introduction to  Immunohistochemistry. The RMS web site has 
  more details.

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


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