Thank you, Bob. I can remember getting it from Dr. Villanueva, then
from one of his assistants, and then the trail dried up. I'll get in
touch with Polysciences (Duke prefers working with a vendor anyway -
they're pretty picky about sending checks to people).
On Jul 15, 2008, at 12:58 PM, Robert Schoonhoven wrote:
> Tony has long since retired but doing well as I saw him at the last
> meeting. His stain can be purchased through Polysciences.
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> Subject: [Histonet] Villanueva Stain?
> We use Villanueva Mineralized Bone Stain for research specimens and
> when our lab moved into a new building, our supply was lost (probably
> thrown out by someone "cleaning up" for me).
> Where do you folks get this stain? I used to order it from Dr.
> Villanueva but I've lost touch with him and he hasn't answered my
> emails (perhaps the address I have for him is too old).
> Thanks for any help.
> -Pat Flannery
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