[Histonet] images

Morken, Tim tpmorken <@t> labvision.com
Mon Sep 25 14:49:14 CDT 2006

You can find good images by searching for free papers on pubmed (or
google scholar (http://scholar.google.com) though it is surprising that
even peer-reviewed papers rarely describe textually the staining pattern
they claim is real (they usually just say "such and such cells are

A good source for education and images is ProPath. Dr Miller has a
series of newsletters that are very informative:


IHC World has an image database but takes awhile to move through.
http://www.ihcworld.com/imagegallery/ These are public domain as far as
I know.

There are lots of other sites with various images, but nothing that
really covers the whole range of IHC in pathology in one spot,
especially with good descriptions of what is supposed to be stained in
the image!

Tim Morken
Lab Vision - Neomarkers

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I am looking for good images that could be printable for several
antibodies.  Does anyone know a good site for this, or do you possibly
have images I could use for personal reference?

Sarah Elizabeth Goebel, B.A., HT(ASCP)
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Michale E. Keeling Center for Comparative Medicine and Research Bastrop,
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