RE: Pollak's Trichrome?

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From:Hewlett Bryan <HEWLETT@HHSC.CA>, "'Joan C. Yonchek'" <yonchjc@ORTHO.UFL.EDU>


Pollak's rapid trichrome stain (Pollak,O.J. Arch. Path., 37: 294, 1944) is a
modification of the Goldner-Masson Technique for connective tissues. It was,
apparently, sold by the Will Corporation, Rochester, New York. I have a
protocol for the formulation and technique, if you so wish. The choice of a
substitute will depend on your purpose.


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> From: 	Joan C. Yonchek[SMTP:yonchjc@ORTHO.UFL.EDU]
> Sent: 	February 3, 2000 12:04 PM
> To:
> Subject: 	Pollak's Trichrome?
> Was asked to find a source and protocol for a cytology stain called
> Pollak's Trichrome.  Years ago it was marketed by Paragon in
> New York.  If this is no longer available can someone suggest a 
> substitute.
> Thanks,
> Joan

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