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Color Coding Rush Specimens.
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Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria
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Prolonging the Shelf-Life of Solutions Containing
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Negative Controls--Useful Idea.
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Filing System for Chemicals.
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Organizing Your Special Stain Solutions.
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The Quality Control Dilemma in Histotechnology:
A Possible Answer.
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Combination Control Blocks.
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Y2K: Are You Ready?
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Sakura Alleviates Y2K Fears
Making a List...Checking it Twice.
Wanda G. Smith, BHS, HT(ASCP), Medical University of South Carolina. May 2002;XXXV(1):21.
Tissue Microarray Controls to Demonstrate Connective Tissue Components
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The Importance of Water Quality in the
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