Re: Re:The Slice Girls/humor

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From:Mick Rentsch <> (by way of histonet)
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dear "Splice Girl",
am interested in the wasting disease you mention. Are you by any chance
looking for Mycobacteria? Do you suspect a connection with Johnes disease
(Have I spelt that right?)  or is something more crypto implicated. If
crypto is suspect then Cold AFB staining on faecal smears might be useful,
otherwise check out the lymph nodes and see if cheesy.
Either way you might turn up some useful control material.
Regards MIke Rentsch
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From: Mary Vaughan <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, 21 October 1998 7:18
Subject: Re:The Slice Girls/humor

>Hi Connie,
>        Just loved your humor "spice/slice girls" ...although in my case
>it's getting to be more like "OLD Spice"!!!  ;)
>                                                -Mary
>At 04:33 PM 10/16/98 -0600, you wrote:
>>BTW, my husband has dubbed me"Slice Girl" because everytime he calls to
>>to me, I'm cutting on the microtome.  So... the music world has the Spice
>>Girls... the histology world has the Slice Girls.  After what I've been
>>doing this week, I've named myself "Brain Slice" (we have a project with
>>Fish and Game Dept. looking for Chronic Wasting Disease in wild Elk and
>>Deer... last 2 weeks  I've been doing the elk brain and the deer brains
>>coming soon).   So... Women of HistoNet... what Slice are YOU!  IMWTK
>>(Inquiring Minds Want To Know)  *vbg*
>>Connie McManus HT (ASCP)
> Best Regards,
> Mary Vaughan HT(ASCP)
> Roswell Park Cancer Institute
> Pharmacology + Therapeutics
> Elm + Carlton Sts.  CDC-121
> Buffalo, NY 14263

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