Re: Stain For Keratin??

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From:Barbara Stancel <>

<html><DIV id=cdiv> <P>Bruce,   We use the Ayoub Shklar for keratin.  It is simple and the solutions are stable at room temperature for a long, long time. If you have an AFIP manual (green) 3rd edition it is on page 82.  If you don't have it, give me a call or send a note.  Best of Luck</P> <P>Barbara Stancel</P> <P>USDA, FSIS, Eastern Lab</P> <P>Athens, Georgia </P> <P>phone: (706) 546-3556</P> <P>e-mail <A href=""></A><BR><BR><BR><B.ABALOZ@ZOOLOGY.UNIMELB.EDU.AU><BR>edu <BR>>Subject: Stain For Keratin?? <BR>>Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2000 17:13:47 +1000 <BR>> <BR>>We are hoping someone can help with this? Need to stain keratin in <BR>>the foreskin of Human Penises & have so far done the Attwood's Stain <BR>>for Amniotic Fluid Embolism which also demonstrates Keratin but <BR>>hoping there is another stain we can do!! ANY suggestion that is <BR>>"tried & true" will be most appreciative. Cheers & thanks in <BR>>advance.......Bruce in OZ. <BR>> <BR>> <BR>>BRUCE ABALOZ <BR>>HISTOLOGIST <BR>>DEPARTMENT of ZOOLOGY * ph: +61 3 93446282 <BR>>The UNIVERSITY of MELBOURNE * fax: +61 3 93447909 <BR>>Parkville, Victoria.3052 * email: <BR>> <BR>> <BR>>AUSTRALIA. <BR>> OPEN THE MIND;STRENGHTHEN THE BODY;FORTIFY THE SPIRIT!! <BR>> <BR>> DANCE, LIKE NO - ONE'S WATCHING
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