Fwd: Re: [Histonet] Trichromes (was Re:What is Histology?)

From:Ian Montgomery

        Can I recommend you obtain a copy of Histological & Histochemical Methods (Theory and Practice) by J.A. Kiernan. It's full of the referenced information you require.

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Ok guys i am sorry i was not clear initially on my request.Here is what I need,I am looking for a research paper type in which compares the different types of staining procedures and there uses.The two stains of interests are the Trichrome and the Alcian Blue.The paper must include the history of how the stain was introduced and the mechanism by which it works and lastly, for what purposes is the stain used.Idont know how anyone can write a 10 page paper on such,but that is the assignment I have and do not know how to proceed with this.Thanks


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