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Histology Techniques Books in the Library
See a list of all immunohistochemistry resources available through the Arnold Library.
Histotechnology: A Self-Instructional Text by
Call Number: QS 525 C321 2009
Fixation -- Processing -- Instrumentation -- Safety -- Laboratory mathematics and solution preparation -- Nuclear and cytoplasmic staining -- Carbohydrates and amyloid -- Connective and muscle tissue -- Nerve -- Microorganisms -- Pigments, minerals and cytoplasmic granules -- Immunohistochemistry -- Enzyme histochemistry -- Electron microscopy -- Cytopreparatory techniques.
Theory and Practice of Histological Techniques by
Call Number: QS 525 T412 2008
* Contributions from almost 30 expert contributors involved in teaching, research and practice provide a well-rounded perspective.
* Extensive summary tables, charts and boxes make reference easy
* Color photomicrographs provide visual guidance on the latest techniques.
* Expanded coverage of immunohistochemistry helps you make optimal use of this crucial approach.
* New coverage of molecular genetics as it applies to histopathological diagnoses.
* 5 brand new chapters on Ergonomics, Laser Capture, Tissue Microarray, GrossingTechniques, and Genetics keep you up to speed on the latest techniques.
* New material on Quality Assurance and Audit facilitates day-to-day laboratory management.
WebPath's Anatomy - Histology Tutorials
The WebPath® computer-aided instructional resource at this website contains over 2000 images with text that illustrate gross and microscopic pathologic findings along with radiologic imaging associated with human disease conditions. For self-assessment and study there are over 2000 examination items. There are more than 20 tutorials in specific subject areas
Brown Medical School Digital Histology:
Normal histology images of human heart, lung, female reproductive system, kidney & urinary tract.
The histopathology images are captured digitally at a 24-bit RGB color depth and are saved in the JPEG format. The optical resolution of each image is 1520 x 1080 pixels (1.6 megapixels per color plane). All of the tissues used for these images are stained with hematoxylin and eosin, and the magnification accompanying each image refers to the objective magnification used to capture it (not the total magnification).
Histology Technique Protocol Databases