[Histonet] AFB contaminant - OR - Monkish Preparation

Monson, Frederick FMonson at wcupa.edu
Fri Jul 17 08:37:30 CDT 2015

I slways filtered my air (5um) and my water (0.22um).  Only tap water rinses for Hemnatoxylin, Schiff's and other rinses were not rinsed.  All of my MolBio and Immuno- stuff was done with filtered (clean?) water at least.

The rule is:  be Monkish at the bench and as messy as you like in your bedroom (if you are a male and only until you are married),



Inside your water supply, lurking behind the water fawcet, is a pipe who's surface is lined with a BIO-film.
Further horrors await the scientist who fixes and studies the washer in the fawcet whose seal is the better for the 'FILM-mmmmmmmmm.'
Evolution provides variation, and every new flower that grows provides a new isolated environment for speciation.
My alimentary biome is unique as we are all unique.  Yukky, but true.

Frederick C Monson, PhD
Center for Microanalysis and Imaging, Research and Training (CMIRT)
West Chester University of Pannsylvania
West Chester, PA, 1938
fmonson at wcupa.edu
From: Abbott, Tanya <TanyaAbbott at catholichealth.net>
Sent: Thursday, July 9, 2015 3:09 PM
To: histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] AFB contaminant

Has anyone ever had a problem with a possible contaminant in their AFB hand stain? If so, how did you deal with it? Any suggestions?
Ours actually looked like an AFB like organism, which we later determined to be negative.

Tanya G. Abbott
Manager Technologist
St Joseph Medical Center
(phone) 610-378-2635

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