Re: [Histonet] Hair Bulbs
I am on several listservers and this is definitely the most interesting and the most lively. Between the anchovy gonads and the hairbulbs (and all that has come with that), I'll just say I never delete a subject thread anymore because you just don't know where it will go:-)
Dana R. Marshall, Ph.D.
Research Biologist, VA Medical Center
Instructor, UT Health Science Center
----- Original Message -----
From: Philip Oshel
Date: Monday, May 23, 2005 11:53 am
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Hair Bulbs
> It's Texas, they have open season on *everything*.
> >Are they in season down in Texas? Or do you have open season on
> >Joe Nocito wrote:
> >>Can I just shoot the pathologist first?
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: email@example.com
> >>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Rittman,>>Barry R
> >>Sent: Saturday, May 21, 2005 6:21 PM
> >>To: Joe Nocito; histonet
> >>Subject: RE: [Histonet] Hair Bulbs
> >>I assume that you are askig about embedding?
> >>Can't you treat the hair bulbs as whole specimens, attach them
> to a slide
> >>(agar perhaps) and then stain the entire hair bulb for fungus?
> >>Try this first and then shoot the pathologist.
> >>From: email@example.com on behalf of Joe
> Nocito>>Sent: Sat 5/21/2005 12:02 PM
> >>To: histonet
> >>Subject: [Histonet] Hair Bulbs
> >>Howdy Histoland,
> >> I swear one day I'm gonna shoot me a pathologist. We are
> diving into the
> >>realm of hair pulls by dermatologists to look for fungus. Any
> ideas on how
> >>to handle these itsy bitsy specimens? Embedding tips? We were
> successful on
> >>the first specimen, but haven't even come close since then. I'm
> pulling my
> >>hair out.
> >> We are supposed to be a nice little lab that does routine
> histology.>>Don't the "reference" part fool ya. Ummmmmm, maybe
> some one should have told
> >>this pathologist that.
> >> As always, thanks in advance for your help and the routine
> disclaimer>> "The opinions of the author do not reflect the
> opinions of his
> >>employers, their lawyers, family members, distant cousins, yada
> yada yada.
> >>Joe Nocito BS, HT(ASCP)QIHC
> >>Histology Manager
> >>Pathology Reference Lab
> >>San Antonio, TX
> Philip Oshel
> Supervisor, BBPIC microscopy facility
> Department of Animal Sciences
> University of Wisconsin
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