[Histonet] detection of lipopolysaccharide (LPS)

From:Bruce Abaloz

Dear Histonetters,

Am wondering whether any of you, know of/recommend a good staining 
technique for the detection of lipopolysaccharide (LPS). Silver 
staining is often done to detect H. pylori in situ, I think because 
it does stain LPS, but I am wondering whether I could use it to 
visualize an enriched flagella prep (the flagella are about 1-2 um 
Appreciate any response,
Cheers - Bruce in OZ

  BRUCE ABALOZ                                PH:61383446282
  HISTOLOGIST                                 FAX:61383447909
  DEPT.of ZOOLOGY                             EMAIL: brucea@unimelb.edu.au
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