StainsFile is still available at http://stainsfile.info

In the downloads section there is a scanned, corrected and reformatted copy of the Microtomist's Vade Mecum, 7th edition. This text covers other areas as well as medical and is in the public domain in the US and Canada, and likely elsewhere. The problem with putting textbooks on line is that they must have their copyright expired and be in the public domain, which means they will invariably have been published in the first half of the 20th century, i.e. 50 or 60 years, or more, ago.

Bryan Llewellyn


Tom Wells via Histonet wrote:
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
Faculty
Medical Laboratory Science
School of Health Sciences
SW03-3088
(604) 412-7594
BCIT

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