Fw: Masson Trichrome stain
disagree with you regarding soft water areas. Here in sunny Glasgow the
water is as soft as a babies bottom and it blues haematoxylin
beautifully. In 36 years I've never used or had to use a tap water
substitute. I think Carolyn has another wee problem.
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Dr. Ian Montgomery,
From: "Lesley Weston" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Demarinis,Carolyn" <cdemarinis@SARATOGACARE.ORG>;
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 6:54 PM
Subject: Re: Masson Trichrome stain
> You have probably thought of this, but just in case - how are you
> the haematoxylin? If you are in a soft-water area, tap water alone
> work; you need to use lithium carbonate or Scott's tap-water
> some other alkaline mix.
> Lesley Weston.
> on 28/01/2003 4:14 AM, Demarinis,Carolyn at
> > Each time we perform a Masson Trichrome stain, the nuclei are
> > have used Polyscientific and Sigma kits, with both Weigerts and
> > Hematoxylin. Can anyone offer any suggestions?
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