Re: [Histonet] Staining for heavy metals

From:Rene J Buesa

  It is not that it is "any good", it is just the best for copper!
  Under separate cover I am sending you the protocol.
  René J.

"Weaver, Colin"  wrote:
  Hi all - At present we use at our lab a Rubeanic acid stain for copper
in tissue, have also tried Rhodamine but have never been totally
convinced by either. I have seen references to a Timm's stain for heavy
metals. Does anyone use it?, is it any good? Would anyone be prepared to
send me a protocol.

Thanks Colin 

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