[Histonet] Favorite book for histotechnology and immunohistochemistry?
foreightl at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 14:44:07 CST 2015
I like Carson/Hladik "Histotechnology" for the best all around histology
book. It is closely seconded by the Sheehan/Hrapchak "Theory and practice
of Histotechnology" and Bancroft/Gamble "Theory and practice of
Favorite book for IHC - Elias "Immunohistopathology, A Practical approach
to Diagnosis" for theory behind IHC as well as some good info on how IHC is
interpreted by pathologists. For a expert edition focused primarily on
pathologists, I like Dabbs "Diagnostic Histochemistry, Theranostic and
genomic applications", Taylor/Cote "Immunomicroscopy, a Diagnostic tool for
the surgical pathologist". There are many others out there that do a
fantastic job, these are just the ones that I use regularly.
Patrick Laurie(HT)ASCP QIHC
Celligent Diagnostics, LLC
101 East W.T. Harris Blvd | Suite 1212 | Charlotte, NC 28262
Work: 704-970-3300 Cell: 704-266-0869
On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 1:44 PM, Wheelock, Timothy R. via Histonet <
histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu> wrote:
> Hi Everyone:
> I have a co-worker who will be starting in a surgical histology laboratory
> soon, and wants to get his HTL.
> What is the best all-around book of histotechnology for him to have?
> Also, is there a favorite book for immunohistochemistry?
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