RE: Diff Quick

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From:Alex Brown <AlexB@nayrshire.scot.nhs.uk> (by way of histonet)
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Hi Selina,
	We've been using Diff-Quik for a number of years now. It is
produced by a company called Dade Behring AG in Switzerland, but we buy
it from McQuilkin and Co.  in Glasgow (Tel:  0141 429 7777). It's
supplied as a kit containing 3  ( x500ml ) solutions ( as Mike rightly
said ) and we pay approx 80 per kit ( Product Code 130832). We use it
in Cytology for fluid samples and for FNA's. It is very simple to use,
air dry the smear/ 5-6 dips each solution/ rinse in water/ air dry/
mount in DPX . ( we use a hot air 'gun' to dry them rapidly ). It's
ideal for the 'one-stop' breast clinics we run. If you need any more
info just get in touch.
	Hope this helps,
		Alex. Brown
		Crosshouse Hospital
		Kilmarnock, Scotland.
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From: Selina Blades
To: Histonet
Subject: Diff Quick
Date: 11 January 1999 16:04

Hi folks,

can anyone help me to locate a product called DiffQuick?
I believe that it's a stain that can be used to help distinguish the
different white cell types.
If not can anyone recommend anything that I could use for this purpose?
Many thanks.
Yours hopefully.

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Selina Blades
Laboratory Manger
Bloomsbury Rheumatology Unit
4th Floor
Arthur Stanley House
40-50 Tottenham Street
London
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UK

Tel.No.:0171 380 9075
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E-mail, work: s.blades@ucl.ac.uk
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