RE: GMS help

From:Connie McManus

Do you prepare your own reagents in-house, or do you buy themcommercially?
If commercially, who do you get your kit from?  

I continue to use the 4% chromic acid in my GMS. I have not heardof using
Periodic acid as an oxidser for GMS, but I think I'll try it side by side
the usual sometime to compare the two.  I'm curious to see if there are any

Connie McManus 

At 08:41 AM 1/16/02 -0600, Johnson, Teri wrote:
>        I have no cited literature on this, only a technique provided  by
>another Histology laboratory that was using it.     Teri Johnson 
>Manager Histology Core Facility 
>Stowers Institute for Medical Research 
>1000 E. 50th St. 
>  64110 
>     -----Original Message-----
>From: Noreen Gilman    []
>Sent: Monday, January 14, 2002 9:53    AM
>Subject: GMS    help
>    and I had never heard    of this. They are going to fax me a copy, but
>I thought I'd get some feedback    from you guys first.   TIA
>Noreen       Noreen S. Gilman, HT (ASCP) CLS
>Supervisor Histopathology
>Broward    General Medical Center
>Ft. Lauderdale, FL 3316
>954-355-5592    Phone
>954-355-4139 Fax

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