RE: [Histonet] wright-giemsa stain on tissue

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We do this for some of our research pathologists, and I would have to say that it seems to work quite well.  If you need a protocol, let me know!

Kathy

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Subject: [Histonet] wright-giemsa stain on tissue


Histonet:

Has anyone ever heard of staining wright-giemsa stain on paraffin embedded
tissue(rat bone)?  I've stained in the past blood smears and bone marrow
smears.
Just wondering if anyone out there in histoland has ever done so.  I checked out
histonet archives and did not find any results of paraffin processed tissue
stained with wright-giemsa.

Thanks,

Dina

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