RE: [Histonet] Web site for Cytology

From:"Kemlo Rogerson" I think. It sort of comes and goes depending on the
variety of virus it becomes infected with. 

I'm always amused that it becomes regularly infected by viruses; sort of
gives you a feeling of its authenticity. I think it is negative for the
oncogenic variety but hope it has regular tests including a silicone

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-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Kathleen
Sent: 17 March 2004 17:13
Subject: [Histonet] Web site for Cytology

Is there something like the Histonet available for Cytology?  I have a
co-worker looking for perameters in quality control for her department
as she documents screening errors.  Thanks!

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