Re: human nasal polyp tissue (for eosinophils)
I think that of the choices available to an ordinary surgical pathologist,
I'd prefer nice juicy nasal polyps, selected for having a lot of eosinophils
and for not having been decalcified.
In the GI tract, I'd want well preserved right colon, selected for having a
lamina propria well populated with eosinophils and plasma cells. A promptly
prepared right colon resection specimen (for cancer) would supply everybody
on this list with eosinophils for the rest of their careers.
Samurai Pathologist and Johns Hopkins eosinophil
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