Re: [Histonet] Endogenous Peroxidase

From:"John A. Kiernan"

I think there must be a mistake in the name.
Sodium nitride (Na3N) is a grey solid formed by
heating metallic sodium in nitrogen. It is
instantly decomposed by water, so a solution in
phosphate buffer could not be made. 
John A. Kiernan
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
The University of Western Ontario
London,   Canada   N6A 5C1
Mr James Hugh Reilly wrote:
> I have been asked to try a new Immumohistochemistry (IHC) technique which uses 1% hydrogen peroxide and 2% sodium nitride in phosphate buffer solution.  Does anyone know what sodium nitride Is? and where can it be purchased?
> Jim Reilly
> University Dept. Medicine
> Level 3 QEB
> Royal Infirmary
> 10 Alexandra Parade
> Glasgow
> G31 2ER
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