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Fri May 2 10:48:40 EST 2003
and there are links on each site.
"John Soeters" <JSO at fuji-ef.nl> wrote in message
news:8212F48C24DAD511B55F0002A5AAF4B10167F950 at ftilmail.fuji-ef.nl...
> Dear Readers.
> Let me tell you something about myself:
> I am a process engineer (42years of age) at Fuji Photo Film in the
> Netherlands, but 25 years ago I started my study in Medical
> Biology(Bacteriology, some parasitology, Heamatology, Clinical Chemistry,
> etc) but never had a function in this field, because my first job was at
> Fuji directly. But it has been always my biggest passion. Recently I
> to breed racing pigeons (my other big passion) Within short time I noticed
> that pigeons can be infected by numerous parasites. It became a challenge
> examine the feaces and other fluids by myself. The next thing I did was
> buying a second hand microscope, the same type on which I learned the
> profession, an old Olympus lightmicroscope. Also some other basic
> I purchased.
> After picking up some techniques again I managed to visualize a lot of
> organisms. But my problem was how to identify them correctly.
> I still had some vague ideas but for that I need grafic images as an
> example. After exploring all the parasitology websites I could
> this forum. I assume that you all are authorities concearning parasites.
> Therefor my question is as follows:
> Can you help me with some images (light microscope) or a site were I can
> find them all, to have an example to use during my examinations?
> The species I am referring to are:
> Eimeria, Isospora. And if possible flagellates Trichomonas, Hexamites and
> Chlamidea.(no flagellate)
> You would be a very great help to me. Many thanks already in advance!
> I can understand that you consider this rather strange to help a complete
> stranger, but If someone of all people can
> help I think its you.....
> John Soeters.
> Laminating Technical Section (P12T-LT)
> * jso at fuji-ef.nl
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