[Histonet] I am glad to come aboard Histonet

Merced M Leiker leiker <@t> buffalo.edu
Thu Sep 3 09:02:10 CDT 2009

That is great, Tosin! You are working on a topic that has been discussed, 
debated, and fought over for years. It means there is a LOT of info out 
there on it. Start with doing a search for "formaldehyde," 
"paraformaldehyde," and/or "formalin" in the Histonet Archives. You'll 
probably find more than you ever wanted to know.  :-)


--On Thursday, September 03, 2009 5:15 AM -0700 Adeluwoye Oluwatosin 
<princekunlzy <@t> gmail.com> wrote:

>  Hello, I am glad to come aboard this network of professionals;
> Pathological sciences. I am delighted 'cos i am sure this lists is
> providing volume of useful informations to the members. I was
> re-directed to the histonet web via my search for info on Formaldehyde
> fixation.
> Please Barry, I will be glad to receive useful documents as i am
> working on a project on Formaldehyde fixation, and my line of interest
> is the effect of varying concentration on tissues, while also
> considering the  optimum fixation duration.
> Hope to receive this worthwhile, helpful materials tomy work from you
> Barry,and other list members. Thanks.
> Tosin.
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