RE: C.I. 60760 "kernechtrot"

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From:Barry Rittman <> (by way of histonet)
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		as noted, Kernechtrot is nuclear fast red and I think is a
nucelear stain. However it should be noted that rtere are other dyes such
as the azo dye Kernechtrot salz B which are also used in histochemistry.

At 10:46 AM 2/5/99 -0500, you wrote:
>The name I have seen for Kernechtrot is nuclear fast red and is used as a
>counterstain in
>reticulum and iron stains.
>Patricia W. Greer
>Infectious Disease Pathology
>Centers for Disease Control
>-----Original Message-----
>From: []
>Sent: Thursday, February 04, 1999 10:01 PM
>Subject: C.I. 60760 "kernechtrot"
>Dear all,
>Could one of you give me the englisch/american name for the nuclear stain
>"kernechtrot" (german) or "kernechtrood" as we write in The Netherlands. We
>use this counterstain instead of heamatoxylin in our wet-workshops for
>those sections that contain low amounts of antigen. I only have a german
>written cataloque of Merck (were I purchased the product a long time ago)
>The C.I. number of  kernechtrot is 60760. The Merck cataloque number:
>Thanks for your reply.
>Peter van de Plas
>Costerweg 5
>6702 AA Wageningen
>The Netherlands
>phone: (31)-317-497676
>fax: (31)-317-415955

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