Real plastinated anatomical section – Expert Outlet Plastinate: Fascinating insights into the anatomy for an incredible price. Real anatomical slice.
Cat thorax section. This is an expert outlet offer without description of visible details and specimen type in the offer. Please check the images to identify the species, organs, structures and visible details, plastination method, etc. If in doubt please choose a regular offer or a sample offer with detailed description. This offer is for research and distribution partners and anyone with sufficient knowledge of anatomy and plastination to make a purchase decision from looking at the images only.
Acrylic stands which might be visible in the images are not included in the offer.
For more information about plastination and real anatomical specimens contact me by e-Mail or phone. You can also find more information about plastination and anatomical preparation at www.plastinate.com
First access to new plastinates and outlet specimens.
No specific item description. You get what you see! This demands some level of expertise with different plastination techniques (Expert offer!) and a close look at the offer images. If in doubt, rather go for regular offers with detailed item descriptions or contact me for custom made specimens.
Check the cm-ruler in the image to estimate the complete size of the plastinate.
Basic item images – no photoshop, no thorough cleaning of the specimens before taking images. Specimens will be cleaned from dust, fingerprints, etc. before shipping.
Discount coupons for larger orders (10%, 20% and 30% discount will be applied automatically if the shopping cart reaches a certain sum and has ONLY expert offers (and image prints) in it.)
Expert offers can be changed to regular offers with detailed description and better images any time – so do not wait too long and get the offer as long as it is available.
If you do not see the complete HC Biovision logo engraved on the specimen in the image, the plastinate will come with a small signature “vHorst” or “Dr. v. Horst”.