Fwd: Re: quick question

From:"Dr. Ian Montgomery." <ian.montgomery@bio.gla.ac.uk>

<html> Lynn,<br> <x-tab>        </x-tab>Think John might be referring to:<br> Pasyk,S., Bartosik,W & Fabry,A. 1989. Stain Technol. 64 (3) 149.<br> Polychrome staining of epoxy semithin sections using cacodylate buffer as a stain solvent.<br><br> <x-tab>        </x-tab>Use this technique regularly, lovely results. My only modification is staining temperature, it can be done at a lower temperature rather than the 100-150 the authors recommend.<br> Ian.<br><br> <blockquote type=cite class=cite cite>Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 07:35:44 -0400 (EDT)<br> From: JHoffpa464@aol.com<br> Subject: Re: quick question<br> To: lynn-gardner@uiowa.edu<br> Cc: Histonet@pathology.swmed.edu<br><br> <font face="arial" size=2>In a message dated 5/30/2001 7:55:34 PM Eastern Daylight Time, <br> lynn-gardner@uiowa.edu writes: <br><br> <br> <blockquote type=cite class=cite cite>if you are interested i have a procedure for staining 1 micron thick <br> plastic sections. the cells are blue but the collagen and elastic fibers <br> are red to pink. let me know and I'll send you the protocol <br> john</blockquote></font></blockquote> <x-sigsep><p></x-sigsep> <font color="#0000FF">Dr. Ian Montgomery,<br> West Medical Building,<br> University of Glasgow,<br> Glasgow,<br> G12 8QQ.<br> Tel: 0141 339 8855.  Extn:6602.<br> Fax: 0141 330 2923<br> e-mail: ian.montgomery@bio.gla.ac.uk</font></html>
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