[Histonet] On-line references

John Kiernan jkiernan at uwo.ca
Thu Mar 26 01:11:32 CDT 2020

Hello, Tom.

Some old classics are there for free, most notably JR Baker's "Principles of Biological Microtechnique" (1958), but almost anything more recent has to be bought.

There are plenty of cheap older editions of histotechnology books on sites like AbeBooks. Check it out for the last edition of  Pearse's Histochemistry!  I was amazed.

Even the latest editions of books in our field cost only about $100 from the publisher and most are good for several years.  Compare this with the price of a few drops of an antibody or (more realistically) a staining machine in which you must only use the liquids sold by its vendor.

John Kiernan
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From: Tom Wells via Histonet <histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
Sent: 25 March 2020 14:34
To: histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu <histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
Subject: [Histonet] On-line references

Given that our Institute's library is closed due to the pandemic, is anyone aware of on-line versions of Histotechnology/ Histochemistry textbooks? Thanks. Tom

Tom Wells BSc, MEd, MLT, ART
Medical Laboratory Science
School of Health Sciences
(604) 412-7594

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