RE: Best of the Histonet book list

From:"Goodwin, Diana" <> (by way of histonet)


I use Frieda Carson's Histotechnology:  A Self-Instructional Text and
Sheehan and Hrapchak's Theory and practice of Histotechnology as my
bibles.  They are both concise, to the point and have images of proper
and not-s0- proper staining, which I find very helpful for

Diana Goodwin,  HT
Trenton,  NJ

> ----------
> From: 	Morken, Tim[]
> Sent: 	Friday, September 01, 2000 7:49 AM
> To:
> Subject: 	RE: Best of the Histonet book list
> I'll list old books with a caveat that they may not be available but
> are
> worth looking for.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: []
> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2000 10:56 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Best of the Histonet book list
> Tim Morken at CDC who does the column "Best of Histonet" suggests
> >>It occured to me that this would be a good group to put together a
> list of
> really helpful books on the huge variety of applications we all work
> in.<<
> Some of the best books are out of print, but need to be cited anyway,
> particularly when the marvelous Web sites for old books mean that
> nothing is
> ever really out of print. (Let me tell you about Sir John Harington's
> Metamorphosis of Ajax I just got.)
> So do you want the old books also?
> Bob Richmond
> Samurai Pathologist and occasional antiquarian
> Knoxville TN

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