Histological and Histochemical Methods, fifth edition (Paperback)John A. Kiernan (author)
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"Histological and Histochemical Methods is a tour de force wholly suited to the modern age of histology and Professor Kiernan has triumphed again. To cover so much ground clearly and concisely while including the justification of the underlying chemistry makes this book unique. There should not be a histology laboratory or an undergraduate library that does not own a copy."
Biotechnic & Histochemistry 2016, 91(2): 145.
"This book should be present on the bookshelves of every research or analysis laboratory where histology and histochemistry are routinely used, as an essential reference source of basic and practical information for scientists and technicians."
European Journal of Histochemistry 2016, vol. 60.
This fifth edition of Histological and Histochemical Methods continues to provide a clear and consistent introduction to the techniques, description and analysis of the chemical and physical principles of fixation, tissue processing, staining, enzyme location, immunohistochemistry and other key procedures.
The overall structure of the book remains unchanged, but the content
has been heavily revised to update the techniques used in line with recent technological
advances. Additionally, there are new sections on:
Artefacts and troubleshooting
Methods for microorganisms and fungi in sections
Methods for various pigments and mineral deposits in tissues
Methods for skeletal elements (bone, cartilage) in whole-mounts
Publisher: Scion Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 592
Dimensions: 264 x 195 mm
Edition: 5th Revised edition
"This book should be present on the bookshelves of every research or analysis laboratory where histology and histochemistry are routinely used, as an essential reference source of basic and practical information for scientists and technicians." * European Journal of Histochemistry *
"This book is an exceptional reference guide that we would highly recommend to any researcher interested in studying microscopic anatomy/morphology." * Journal of Anatomy *
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