Reference to Gayle on RE: [Histonet] another background /
non-specific staining problem
rockbeki <@t> ufl.edu
Wed Feb 2 16:25:12 CST 2005
Sorry 'bout that, I guess I got people mixed up.
On Wed Feb 02 10:28:28 EST 2005, Gayle Callis
<gcallis <@t> montana.edu> wrote:
> Sorry folks but this is not a recommendation from me.
> I have never done this!
> At 08:42 PM 2/1/2005, you wrote:
>> I had a similar problem when staining non-perfused sheep
>> placenta with eNOS and someone (I think it was Gayle) on
>> Histonet suggest putting my slides in 1% NaOH (the other 99
>> being ethanol) solution. I've been putting my slides in 1% NaOH
>> for 15 min after the peroxide and it has worked well.
> Gayle Callis
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