[Fwd: Staining parafin sections of pin feathers]

From:Karen Pawlowski <kpawlow@swbell.net>

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Hi all,

I thought this fit in with the recent discussion on melanocytes.

Karen Pawlowski, Ph.D.
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From: "Quinn, Tim Lee" <tquinn@ku.edu>
Subject: Staining parafin sections of pin feathers
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Fellow microscopists:

Anyone have a suggestion for staining parafin sections of pin feathers? We
are trying to find melanocytes and keratinocytes.

Tim Quinn
Kansas University
Museum of Natural History


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