Cold Haematoxylin

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>Date: Tue, 24 Nov 1998 13:21:02 +0800
>From: Gerard Spoelstra <>
>Subject: Cold Haematoxylin
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>I would appreciate some opinion on a reliable haematoxylin that requires no
>heat or minimal heat in its preparation. We nearly had a fire when making
>up the Harris's Haematoxylin recently and are now hunting around for an
>alternative that does'nt require the use of a bunsen burner. Your
>suggestions will be apprecitiated!
>Gerard Spoelstra
>Histopathology Laboratory
>Division of Veterinary and Biomedical Science
>Murdoch Universtity
>Western Australia

	Brave man with a bunsen. What about Ehrlich, Mayer's with natural
ripening or Mayer's haemalum. Gill doesn't need heat.

Dr. Ian Montgomery,
West Medical Building,
University of Glasgow,
G12 8QQ,
Tel: 0141 339 8855 Extn. 6602.
Fax: 0141 330 4100.

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