RE: brdu in decalcified bone?
We have frequently used 5% formic acid decalcified mouse bone for
demonstration of BrdU without any lose of staining. We fixed in zinc
formalin for no longer than 48 hours and decaled in 5% formic acid.
Elizabeth A. Chlipala, BS, HTL(ASCP)
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From: Garlits, John [mailto:John.Garlits@stjude.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 11:47 AM
To: HistoNet Server
Subject: brdu in decalcified bone?
I am writing to ask if anybody has experience using BRDU in decalcified
bone. We typically use acid decalcification of formalin-fixed mouse
bone. I had heard that the decalcification could cause problems for
subsequent BRDU immunohistochemistry. Is it necessary to use EDTA
John Garlits, M.S.
Senior Research Technician
Hematology Oncology Division
Experimental Hematology Department
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
332 N Lauderdale
Memphis, TN 38108
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