Unbiased Stereology: A Concise Guide
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (July 19, 2011)
200 pages, illustrations, index
Author: Peter R. Mouton, Ph.D. Professor of Stereology, Department of Pathology & Cell Biology, University of South Florida School of Medicine, Tampa, Florida.
Synopsis from The Johns Hopkins University Press
This update to Peter R. Mouton’s pioneering work provides bioscientists with the concepts needed in order to apply the principles and practices of unbiased stereology to research involving biological tissues. The book incorporates existing best practices with new methodologies, such as the Rare Event Protocol, while simplifying the dense, often difficult literature on the subject to show the utility and importance of unbiased stereology. This clear, insightful guide goes a step further than other books on this subject by demonstrating not only how to use unbiased stereology but also how to interpret and present the results.
Unbiased Stereology: A Concise Guide is the most complete, up-to-date resource on the science of unbiased stereology. Those new to bioscience research as well as experienced practitioners will find Mouton’s explanations the perfect companion for stereology courses and workshops.
“An excellent textbook for practical applications of the theoretically rigorous methods of state-of-art unbiased stereology.”
Stereologist Arun M. Gokhale, Professor, Department of Materials Sciences and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
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