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Featured Resource: Bio-Protocol
is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal of reproducible, high quality life science protocols. Publication is by invitation only. All protocols are associated with a moderated Q&A panel, allowing researchers a forum to ask protocol authors clarifying questions. Protocols are organized by field and by model organism.
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Mineralized Tissue Course
Image Source: NIDCR. Rodrigo S. Lacruz; Dr. Michael L. Paine. (2014) Mature Enamel. Public Domain.
The Department of Biomedical Sciences annually offers a five-day course in the early summer to train participants in the modern methods of mineralized tissue preparation for light and scanning electron microscopy.
To learn more about the Mineralized Tissue Preparation Course, please visit the department's Tissue Course Archives