Fwd: RE: [Histonet] H and E

From:Ian Montgomery

         That's a bit cruel, calling the English sausages. Dumplings yes, 
but sausages, that's taking things a bit far.

>Here is Houston we have summer lasting from May through October.
>Perhaps a trade of sun for good English sausages would benefit both groups.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Kemlo [mailto:kemlo@tiscali.co.uk]
>Sent: Thu 5/20/2004 2:13 AM
>To: Marshall Terry Dr, Consultant Histopathologist; Barry R Rittman; 
>Subject: RE: [Histonet] H and E
>         A 'flash of periodate' that's like adding sodium monoglutimate to=20
> food!
>         I'm no expert, but I prefer the natural ways. Sun ripened 
> haematin, stops
>         that nasty overoxidation and spurious blue staining. The only 
> problem is
>         the lack of the damned Sun in the UK; that' why over the last few=20
> days we
>         have flasks everywhere. Organic Gill's, if I may use the term?
>         Kemlo Rogerson MSc MIBiol CBiol CMS DMS CSci FIBMS
>         Chartered Biologist/ Chartered Scientist.
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