We use Tissue Tek from Sakura. We just replaced one we had since the
70's. The old ones lasted forever, but I don't know how the new ones
We use Richard Allen Hematoxylin 7211, which is most nearly like the old
Harris hematoxylin that I have found. We use it regressivly and get a
nice bright stain without blue goblet cells.
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Subject: [Histonet] Embedding centers and Hematoxylin
I have a few questions for everyone. 1) How many years do you get from
your embedding centers, and what make are they? 2) What type of
hematoxylin does everyone use for their H&E's? In general, do you prefer
a progressive or regressive stain?
Thanks in advance for your replies.
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