Re: [Histonet] Mollier's Quadruple stain

From:Rene J Buesa

  Mollier published this procedure  in the "Journal for Scientific microscopy and microtechnike (Leipzig) in German vol.55 pp 472 in 1938.
  It uses the cartilage stain by Unna-Tanzer (1896) and the Weigert hematoxylin (1904 formula), among other components.
  The results are nucle¡údeep blue; cytoplasm¡úpurple; elastic fibres¡úblack; collagen¡úgree and erythrocytes ¡úscarlet.
  Ren¨¦ J.

"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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