[Fwd: Re: GMS Without Using Chromic Acid]

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From:R Clarke <rr_clarke@bc.sympatico.ca> (by way of histonet)
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Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 11:30:45 -0800
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R Clarke wrote:

Thanks very much for the quick response re:GMS...what concentration
of PAS do you use,and how much time do you put it in for? I have seen the
protocol on this on Histo-Logic but I couldn't find the particular issue.
We were thinking of not using Chromic Acid anymore...

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