Re: [Histonet] Mollier's Quadruple stain

From:Victor Tobias

I saw a reference to it as Gridley's.

Houston, Ronald wrote:
> This is a new one on me; one of our pathologists is asking about the
> possibility of doing a Mollier's Quadruple stain. I have never heard of
> it, although I believe it is an all encompassing connective tissue stain
> (at least that's what he calls it).
> Ronnie Houston, MS, HT(ASCP)QIHC
> Anatomic Pathology Manager
> Columbus Children's Hospital
> 700 Children's Drive
> Columbus, OH 43205
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