Re[2]: H & E and nitrile gloves

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     Dear Histonetters,
     I am reading a procedure for staining unfixed cryostat sections that
     calls for dehydrating in ETOH and clearing in xylene after staining.
     What is the purpose of these steps at this point in the procedure?
     Thank you all again in advance for your patience with these questions.
     Laura Hammer
     Buffalo, NY

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Subject: RE: H & E and nitrile gloves
Author:  "P. Emry" <> at *INTERNET*
Date:    10/1/98 11:30 AM

Hi Netters,

Is there a product that replaces xylene AND alcohols in the staining
procedure?  Can you use it before and after the actual staining is done?



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