Re: [Histonet] Elastic Trichrome - any good protocol out there not involving microwave???
The Van Gieson counterstain IS a trichrome!
It also has the advantage of not requiring the Bouin pretreatment.
An excellent alternative to Verhoff, is the Miller elastic stain which also
incorporates the Van Gieson.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Monfils, Paul"
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 9:52 AM
Subject: RE: [Histonet] Elastic Trichrome - any good protocol out there not
>I often combine the Verhoeff Elastin Stain with the Gomori Trichrome. I do
> the Bouin's treatment required for the trichrome procedure first. Then I
> the complete Verhoeff stain, eliminatiing the final Van Gieson
> Then I apply the one-step Gomori Trichrome. It is quite simple and gives
> excellent results.
> Paul M.
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>> Subject: [Histonet] Elastic Trichrome - any good protocol out there
>> not involving microwave???
>> Hello all,
>> I am in need of a good protocol for a combination elastic and trichrome
>> stain that doesn't involve microwave. Thanks.
>> Gustave Hebert
>> Scientist II
>> Wyeth Research
>> Cambridge MA
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