Re: Copper controls

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From:"D. Hammer" <> (by way of histonet)
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All this talk about copper controls brings out of distant memory, yet
another story.  Forgive me if I have shared this b4, it's something you do
for an old guy ready to rock in a chair :)

Dominic Europa, Founding Father along with Lee Luna, of NSH called me one
day to ask if I had a copper control to share.  "Of Course, Dom, I'll send
one off today"  I grinned as I embedded a BB from a BB Gun and sent it off
to him.  God bless his soul, I hope the arrivial of that wasn't what did
him in.


Don Hammer, Administrative Director            UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
Hospital Pathology, Box 356100                     MEDICAL CENTER
1995 NE Pacific St.
Seattle Washington, 98195                  ~Where Knowledge Comes To Life~
(206) 548-6401 Fax: (206) 548-4928

On Tue, 6 Oct 1998, Shirley Powell wrote:

> I do not have any tissue from that "terrier", but I do have some copper
> controls, which belong to the Georgia Society for Histotechnology
> Control Tissue Network.  To obtain a block requires the cost of mailing,
> or you may join GSH and have membership access to our control tissue
> bank.
> Shirley Powell

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