Re: [Histonet] History of microtechnique
There is also a chapter on the History of Staining
by F. Kasten in the 10th edition of "Conn's
Biological Stains." This book (2002) is
still in print.
John A. Kiernan
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
The University of Western Ontario
London, Canada N6A 5C1
> David Muskett asks about where to find information about the history of microtechnique.
> A good place to start is with "A history of microtechnique" by Brian Bracegirdle. The second edition is still available here in the States from Science Heritage Limited, Lincolnwood, IL
> a second good book is "History of staining" by George Clark and Frederick Kasten. 3ed edition, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore & London. The second book is probably out of print but available on interlibrary loan.
> There are many other sources but you can get information overload in this area!
> Mike Titford
> USA Pathology
> Mobile AL
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