[Histonet] Histology Journals
John A. Kiernan
jkiernan <@t> uwo.ca
Thu Oct 6 12:23:40 CDT 2005
The best value for money are the journals that
come with society memberships (the first 3 in
the following list).
Journal of Histotechnology. 4 issues a year, with
N.S.H. subscription ($40)
Biotechnic & Histochemistry. 6 issues a year, with
Biological Stain Commission subscription ($40)
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in
staining. Contact the Secretary, dpenney[AT]biostains.org
(The application form at
http://www.biostains.org/new_page_15.htm is out
of date; you no longer need to be nominated by a
member to join the BSC.)
Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry. 12 issues
a year, with Histochemical Society subscription ($50)
This has the highest impact factor in the field.
Histochemistry and Cell Biology is another high impact
(for the field) journal published by Springer for the
Society for Histochemistry (a European society). I suspect
it's too costly for most individuals to take, but it's in
libraries. 12 issues a year.
Journal of Molecular Histology (it was The Histochemical
Journal until 2004) is now also published by Springer;
12 issues per year. Formerly was an option with
subscription to the Royal Microscopical Society (£46).
I don't know how much it costs now. Libraries have it.
John A. Kiernan
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
The University of Western Ontario
London, Canada N6A 5C1
"Prior, Andrew" wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good histology journal, that
> covers a lot of the methods and equipment.
> I've had a look at some journals on the web, but would appreciate some
> feedback from regular readers on how useful you find them.
> Many thanks
> Andrew Prior
> Smith & Nephew Research Centre
> York Science Park
> York, YO10 5DF
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