Am I mistaken or is the Prussian Blue and Perl's Iron stain the same
thing? Can someone provide some insight on this?
The Ferrocyanide reaction of M. Perls (Virchows Arch. Pathol. Anat.,
39:42 1867)demonstrates Fe2+ as dark blue which I think is 'Turnbull's
Lillies 1964 Technic for the Prussian Blue and Turnbull's blue reaction
for Fe2+ and Fe3+ demonstrates Fe3+ as dark Prussian Blue and Fe2+ as
bark blue Turnbull's Blue.
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