RE: [Histonet] Purple Haze

From:"Kemlo Rogerson"

Yes I agree, purple haze occurs either with 'badly blued' H&Es or when
using 'overoxidised' haematoxylin. Fresh Haematoxylin and running water
of adequate pressure usually eradicates the problem with the latter
being patchy in distribution.

 
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