RE: Bacteria Stain
I am interested in this procedure as well.
Jeanine Bartlett, HT(ASCP)
Centers for Disease Control
Infectious Disease Pathology Activity
From: Mike & Phyllis Thaxton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 8:30 PM
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Subject: Re: Bacteria Stain
Can you send a copy of the procedure. Our B&B isn't the best either.
>From: Cindy/Rick DuBois
>To: "Dunn-Jena, Patsy A" , email@example.com
>Subject: Re: Bacteria Stain
>Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 10:41:02 -0800 (PST)
>We use a McDonalds Gram Stain. It works beautifully and only takes 5
>minutes. It uses:
>Our doctors love this over the brown & brenn
>From: "Dunn-Jena, Patsy A"
>Sent: 01/16/03 12:30 PM
>Subject: Bacteria Stain
> > Need to know which stain most of you feel most comfortable with to check
>for bacteria. Was instructed to do a Brown & Brenn which has not come out
>my satisfaction any of the 3 times I have done it. FINALLY have them
>convinced to let me try a Brown & Hopps. Any words of advice would be
>appreciated. This is being done on Formalin Fixed, EDTA decalcified
>paraffin embedded bone/tooth sections.
>Patsy Dunn-Jena, RVT, LAT, HT (ASCP)
>Indiana University School of Dentistry
>Mineralized Tissue and Histology Research Laboratory
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