RE: Thanks and another question

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From:Sarah Christo <>,
Date:Thu, 25 Mar 1999 08:14:16 -0600
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Dear Patsy,
   CellPoint Scientific, Inc., 1-800-999-9734
9210 Corporate Blvd. Rockville, MD  20850
They carry the Chroma dyes.   Sarah

>>> <> 03/24 8:49 PM >>>
I don't know CellPoint???

-----Original Message-----
From: Sarah Christo
Sent: 3/24/99 3:11 PM
Subject: RE: Thanks and another question

Dear Patsy,
   Aren't the Chroma dyes being sold by CellPoint now?

>>> <> 03/24 10:39 AM >>>
I get Sirrus Red listed as "Siriusrot F3BA  1A 280 from a German outfit
called Chroma-Gesellschaft  Schmid GmbH+Co. D-7316 Konegen/N.  it is
distributed by Roboz Surg in Connecicut
Patsy Ruegg

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Rita [] 
		Sent:	Wednesday, March 24, 1999 6:37 AM
		Subject:	Thanks and another question

		Thanks for all the replies to my question about the
Red stain. 
		However, I did get conflicting answers of whether it
the green
		birefringence.  One person stated that the Sirius Red
not stain
		amyloid, but my procedure in my AFIP Lab. Methods in
		(1992) does state that it stains amyloid.  

			My next question is:  The only Sirius Red I
find in a catalogue
		is Direct Red 80 from Aldrich.  (Sirius Red is in
parenthesis)  My
		procedure calls for Sirius Red F3BA.  Is this the same
thing?  Also the
		dye content of the Direct Red 80 is ~30%.  Does this
any bearing on
		the matter?  And also does anyone know where I can order
Sirius Red
		F3BA?  I would greatly appreciate help on this matter.
Thank you all
		for the help I've received so far.


			Rita Angel

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