Re: h.pylori stain

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From:Carla Shoffeitt <>,
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We use a stain which we took from an issue of Histologic magazine last year. 
  It employs Toulidine Blue and Alcian Yellow.  It is not that fast (about 
15 minutes to run), but it is a very nice, clear stain.  The h.Pylori stain 
blue in a yellow background, making it fairly easy to recognize them.  If 
you are interested, I can e-mail this procedure.

Carla Shoffeitt, B.S., H.T.(ASCP)
Columbus Regional Medical Center, Columbus, GA.

>Subject: Re: h.pylori stain
>Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 17:39:31 -0400 (EDT)
>Wright Giemsa works great for us for H. Pylori, 2 very stable components,
>stain and buffer, cheap, reagents last a long time.Quick and dirty as they
>                                                           Dana

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