Ischemic damage

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Dear Netters,

We have a client that is very specific in his request.  He is interested
in looking at ultra structural changes in swine myocardium.  What stain
is best suited for looking at ultra structural changes due to ischemia
(mitochondrial architecture, glycogen storage, intracellular calcium,
and nuclear chromatin).  Several pathologists told me that the only way
to see these things is via Electron Microscopy, or perhaps very thin
plastic sections.  Can anyone shed some light on this subject?  Thanks
in advance.


Beth Poole
Histo-Scientific Research Labs.
107 Killmon Road
Basye, VA  22810
fax: (540)856-2227

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