Help on Re: [Histonet] Workshop on unusual beasties
For those going from clinical hospital histolabs and into research with
animals, there is an Animal Processing Manual available from National
Society for Histotechnology. Go to www.nsh.org for particulars on how to
order this manual, it is not overly expensive. It contains recommendations
and guidelines for processing and fixation for all kinds of beasties,
particularly marine animals and many other species.
Another good textbook is Humanson's Animal Tissue Techniques, Fifth Edition
by Presnell JK and Schreibman MP,
Also, if you are a member of NSH, you are can join the Veterinary Research
and Industry (VIR) committee at no extra cost to access a membership list
of people who list their expertises. You can then contact them personally
for information on animal histotechniques. The NSH Hard Tissue committee
is the same situation for those working on implants, bone, stents, plastics.
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