RE: [Histonet] questions regarding to a-Naphthyl ButyrateEsterase stain and a-Naphthyl Acetate stain(no
and filter paper requirements should be followed use exactly what they say
or risk the reaction hydrolyzing in the filter. Pam Marcum
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> ButyrateEsterase stain and a-Naphthyl Acetate stain(no
> I have used the kits put together by Sigma. The results were good.
> However, strict adherence to expiration dates, temperatures, times and
> solution prepatation is necessary. Otherwise the results can be
> variable and less than optimal.
> >>> weiping Ren 09/16/03 01:13PM >>>
> Hi, Histonetters:
> I need to set up non specific esterase staining method on bone marrow
> smear samples.
> My questions are:
> 1. Are a-Naphthyl Butyrate Esterase stain and a-Naphthyl Acetate
> stain(non specific esterase) are the same stain?
> 2. If these are two different stains but have the same clinical
> diagnosis significance, which one is better regarding to the time and
> 3. Are there any protocols for these stains? Where I can get these
> Thank you!
> Any suggestions and advice welcome.
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