In most techniques calling for a sodium salt, the equivalent potassium salt can be substituted. Though I am not familiar with the specific technique you are doing, I would try potassium carbonate in lieu of sodium carbonate.
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> Subject: [Histonet] Alzheimer stain
> Question regarding Sodium Carbonate Solution in Bielschowsky method for Alzheimer. Can I substitute Carbonate? Or any one has a better method for this stain? ( I do not have Sodium Carbonate, and no time to order it).
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