RE: Staining for argyria?
|From:||"Monson, Frederick C." |
Try vol II of Pearse, A.G.E., Histochemistry, Theoretical and
Applied (ed 4) (Analytical Technology), Churchill Livingstone, NY, 1985,
ISBN 0-443-02997-0. (see Table for Heavy metal detection on p. 1002, and
methods from 1012-1026, Brief Refs from 1026-1033.)
Mentions 4 Timm, F. articles:
1 - 1936 Virchow's Arch, 297, 502
2 - 1958, Dtsch. Z. ges. regichtl. Med, 46, 706 (get your
3 - 1958, Arch exp. Path Pharmacol, 233, 422
4. - 1959, Histochemie, 1, 403.
5. - Danscher, 1981, (Modified Timm), Histochemistry, 71,1
6. - Danscher, 1981, Histochemistry, 71,81
7 - Danscher, 1981, Histochemistry, 71,177(?)
I can extract the methods, but not for this. If you can't find any
of these, or they are incomplete for IntLibLoan, please let me know.
Frederick C. Monson, PhD
The best research
Center for Advanced Scientific Imaging
occurs before work
West Chester University
at the bench.
West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, 19383
> From: David A. Reynolds
> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 3:49 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Staining for argyria?
> Hello all,
> I am in search of a stain to demonstrate argyria. Apparently there is an
> increase in use of silver-containing "natural" remedies for those who
> self-medicate for Lyme disease and other ailments. The archives produced
> a reference for Timm's method, but I cannot locate a variation of this
> procedure to demonstrate silver.
> Anyone have an idea?
> Thanks in advance
> Dave Reynolds
> University of Washington Medical Center
> Seattle, WA
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