RE: [Histonet] Diff Quik stain

From:"Shelkowsky, Ben"

Our lab has been using the PROTOCOL Hema 3 setup. This is a quick 3 step stain that we stain for Helicobacter. We get it from Fisher Scientific. We are also trying a Richard Allan product which is also a 3 step procedure that is the same as the PROTOCOL product. It takes less than 1 minute total time to stain 1 slide at a time. I suppose with a little slide carrier you could stain up to 5 slides simultaneously. But we prefer to do it, one at a time.
Hope this helps.
Ben Shelkowsky HTL, (ASCP) 
Monterey, CA

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	From: on behalf of Patterson, Pat 
	Sent: Thu 10/21/2004 11:39 AM 
	Subject: [Histonet] Diff Quik stain

	Our lab had been using silver stain for Helicobacter - can anyone recommend
	a Diff-Quik type stain kit for this?
	Pat Patterson
	Methodist Dallas
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