Re: [Histonet] phalloidin?

From:"Kathy Cormier"

I just found out what is was last week, so I know what you are thinking...We just used it to stain filamentous actin in our tissue sections. We had a native population of cells that autofluoresced, and wanted to get "fluorescent H and E" to go along w/ it. It worked quite nicely, but it is really really toxic. 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  To: Kathy Cormier 
  Sent: Friday, October 06, 2006 12:33 PM
  Subject: Re: [Histonet] phalloidin?

  Excuse my ignorance, but what is pahlloidin and what do you do with it?


    -------------- Original message from "Kathy Cormier" : -------------- 

    > Hello 'Netters, 
    > Does anyone know of any phalloidin replacement that works as nicely as 
    > phalloidin, but safer to work with? (one never knows right?) We would be using 
    > this on frozen mouse sections... 
    > Thanks and have a great long weekend! 
    > Kathy 
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