Thanks for your regards. Obviously,the Gordon-Sweets method distinguish
between collagen type I and type III, the first stains brown to purple,the
second the classic black silver impregnation tone. What I am trying to say
is only that I donīt think this method is the first step on staining
reticulin, and so seems to be the point of view of old technicians and
histologists that put it in the category of double silver impregnation
Despite of this,I surely accord with you this technique is more sensitive
than others in reticulin demonstration,but this is not Jason answer.
Give you my best regards.
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