Contact your Richard Allen sales rep, and have them send smaples of all the
different types of hematoxylins (Gill formulations, Harris, progressive
hematoxylins, and Mayers) or the just ones you want to try. We prefer
hematoxylin 1, a progressive hematoxylin that does not need acid alcohol
differentiation. It can be shipped to Montana in winter without
freezing. Richard Allen has a wonderful hematoxylin and eosin staining
guide, found on their website to help you out with any of the various
types. WE never went wrong with Gill II formulations either.
They also sell eosin y and other reagents needed for hematoxylin staining,
clarifier (acetic acid solution) and bluing solution.
At 11:01 AM 3/1/2005, you wrote:
>I was just wondering what everyone is using for Hematoxylin these days.
>We are one of those rare Histology Labs that makes their own hematoxylin
>and eosin and I just got the OK from our Pathologist to try out some
>commercial brands. What do you like? What are you using? Good and bad
>comments are greatly appreciated.
>Karen Bauer HT(ASCP)
>Eau Claire, WI
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