RE Sirius red.
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Sirius red F3B Suggested name Sirius red F3B Other names C.I. number 35780
C.I. name Direct red 80
Conn's Biological Stains
R. D. Lillie.
Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD., U.S.A.
The Merck Index, 12 ed.
Susan Budavari, Ed.
Merck & Co., NJ, USA.
I believe Sigma sells this product.
Donald Van Hecke,
ST. Lucas - Brugge
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> Verzonden: donderdag 13 december 2001 19:47
> Aan: Gayle Callis
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> Onderwerp: Re: sorry, not intended to be picky - bone stain
> On my bottle which comes from Germany it is spelled Sirrus Red.
> Gayle Callis wrote:
> > I believe it is spelled sirius red, and is commonly used as a stain for
> > amyloid, the Sweat-Puchtler method. AFIP manual has a protocol, the
> > reagent recipes you use for bone could very well be the same as this
> > method. Might help you out.
> > Gayle Callis
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