[Histonet] Methyl Green-Pyronin staining for nucleic acids

Farley, Sunni R sfarley <@t> seattlecca.org
Wed Apr 13 10:32:46 CDT 2005

I am looking for information regarding Methyl Green-Pyronin staining for
nucleic acids.  I recently contacted Rowley Biochemical Inc (Danvers, MA)
their Methyl Green Pyronin stain and Differentiating Solution.  They
provided me with the chemical composition of these solutions and also the
for Taft's Method for Nucleic Acids.  Does anybody routinely use these items
and this method?  Also, have you used them on B5-fixed tissue?  
Any information and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you
for your time!

Sunni R. Farley
Clinical Pathology 
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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
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