[Histonet] Mosquito GI Tract
Jackie M O'Connor
Jackie.O'Connor <@t> abbott.com
Thu Mar 19 14:27:45 CDT 2009
More interesting - why is someone even looking at the mosquito GI tract?
What happens in there that we need to know about? I guess for all the
diseases those filthy beasts carry - they must harbor viruses and bacteria
somewhere. Did you know that mosquitos did not exist in Hawaii until a
little more than 100 years ago? Durn Westerners brought them in the
barrels of drinking water they carried on their ships. Welcome to
paradise. Oh - they also brought measles. Thanks a lot.
Merced Leiker <leiker <@t> buffalo.edu>
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03/19/2009 02:11 PM
"Breeden, Sara" <sbreeden <@t> nmda.nmsu.edu>,
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Re: [Histonet] Mosquito GI Tract
lol...I wanted to say the same thing...and how in the world can you even
see it when you section it? How do you stain it without losing it from the
slide? Is there really enough surface area for it to adhere and withstand
washing? ...and it's ALMOST Friday...!
--On Thursday, March 19, 2009 12:09 PM -0600 "Breeden, Sara"
<sbreeden <@t> nmda.nmsu.edu> wrote:
> And here I thought I had an unusual project today, finding out as I did
> that my boss is thinking of examining up to 1000 cattle for TB (at 10
> lymph nodes/beast) using AFB and asking me to cost it for him. I think
> the Mosquito GI Tract Processing and Embedding question has my project
> beat! How would you even KNOW you had the darned GI tract to begin
> with? Are these Texas Mosquitos? I'm just sayin'...
> Sally Breeden, HT(ASCP)
> NM Dept. of Agriculture
> Veterinary Diagnostic Services
> PO Box 4700
> Albuquerque, NM 87106
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