|From:||"Elizabeth Chlipala" |
We have been working on the Jones stain for kidney basement membranes. We have our internal control specimen which is a human specimen. The other specimens we are staining are rat kidneys. When we stain the slides, the human kidney comes out great, very good staining of the basement membranes, very slight nuclear staining with no precipitate. The rat kidneys don’t look as nice, there is good staining of the basement membrane, but the nuclear staining is more predominant and there is intense granular staining in the cytoplasm, which sometimes looks like a precipitate. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
Elizabeth A. Chlipala, BS, HTL(ASCP)
Premier Histology Laboratory, LLC
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