FINDING STAINING PROCEDURE
For those looking for almost any staining procedure, check
out The Stains File, a web page by Bryan D. Llewellyn.
(My opinion is that this is a MUST BE BOOKMARKED site
for any histotech.)
Click on Staining Techniques.
Under Index to all Staining Techniques, you will find a LOT of
stains, categorizes alphabetically by the name of the stain AND by
the substance it stains. (In other words, go to amyloid to see all the
stains he has for amyloid, or go just to Congo Red, which also
This is also the Hematoxylin site, which lists more variations for
aluminum and iron hematoxylins than I ever knew existed.
If you can't access it that way (some people can't for some reason),
Go to the Histotech's Home Page
Click on Peggy's Links.
Then click on Stains and Tissues
Then scroll down alphabetically in this category and find Stains File.
Click on that, and you should be in Bryan's web page.
Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)SLS
William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI 48073
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