Fwd: [Histonet] eosinophils

From:Ian Montgomery

         In my hands it's mouse, Sirius red and all other species carbol 
chromotrope. Let me know if you need the methods and or references.

>Dear all,
>Could anybody please give me some advice on the staining of eosinophils, 
>either by conventional stains or immuno.
>Am I right in thinking the carbol chromotrope technique is one such method.
>Many thanks in advance.
>Garry Ashton
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