[Histonet] Oxidising Agents in Haematoxylin[Scanned]

Gudrun Lang gu.lang <@t> gmx.at
Thu Sep 30 06:36:09 CDT 2004

We use Potassium Iodate in Mayers Hematoxylin.


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From: "Muskett David" <David.Muskett <@t> RLC.NHS.UK>
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Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2004 12:35 PM
Subject: [Histonet] Oxidising Agents in Haematoxylin[Scanned]

Dear All
I am inquiring about the use of differing oxidising agents in histology.
I am routinely using Sodium Iodate as the oxidising agent in Ehrlich's
haematoxylin. Can the sodium iodate be substituted by Potassium Iodate?
Is there a difference in their oxidising properties?

David Muskett

Chief Biomedical Scientist, Histology

Royal Liverpool Children's NHS Trust

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