Early Heart failure

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From:Cheryl Crowder <crowder@vt8200.vetmed.lsu.edu> (by way of histonet)
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Michael - Years ago, we did a Hematoxylin - basic fuchsin - picric acid
stain for early myocardial ischemia.  This may be helpful for your panel of
heart stains.  It was in the Mayo Clinic Proceeding, Vol. 46, May 1971, p.
319-327.  Results:  "After decolorization, the normal myocardium lost its
affinity for basic fuchsin dye and was stained uniformly light brown by the
picric acid.  The myofibrils and cross-striations were clearly visible and
the nuclei retained the purple hue of hematoxylin".
	If you can't get a copy of the article, contact me personally and I
send a copy to you.  Cheryl

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