Re: Cryptosporidia

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From:Rob Geske <>
Date:Tue, 20 Jul 1999 19:35:04 -0500
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<html><div>mucicarmine for cryptosporidia......?  sure you don't mean for cryptococcus...?</div> <br> <div>At 04:57 PM 7/20/99 -0700, you wrote:</div> <div>>Try a mucicarmine.</div> <div>></div> <div>></div> <div>>On Tue, 20 Jul 1999 wrote:</div> <div>></div> <div>>> Does anyone have a special stain to demonstrate cryptosporidia ?</div> <div>>> I have tried PAS, Grocott and Kinyoun's Acid Fast. The Parasitology Lab. got</div> <div>>> very good results on smears but it's difficult to stain them after routine</div> <div>>> processing.</div> <div>>> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated !!</div> <div>>> Thanks.</div> <div>>> </div> <div>>> Marilyn Johnson</div> <div>>> Animal Health Labs.</div> <div>>> Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.</div> <div>>> </div> <div>>> </div> <div>>> </div> <div>>> </div> <div>></div> <div>>Victor Tobias</div> <div>>Manager Tissue Processing Lab</div> <div>>Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab</div> <div>>Washington State University</div> <div>>Pullman Washington 99164-7034</div> <div>>(509) 335-5590</div> <div>>(509) 335-7424 fax</div> <div>></div> > <BR> <font color="#0000FF"><i><div align="center"> Robert S. Geske<br> Research Associate<br> Center for Comparative Medicine and Department of Pediatrics<br> Baylor College of Medicine</font></i></html>
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