[Histonet] Bright field and fluorescence staining

Trajkovic, Dusko dusko.trajkovic <@t> pfizer.com
Tue Aug 22 08:50:20 CDT 2006

Hallo everyone,

I'm posting this for a colleague of mine. 

Can someone help her with the staining question???





Do you know any classical bright field staining, such as H&E or Geimsa
(ideal to distinguish blood cells) but would not interfere with
fluorescence? Ideally, we need to do the immunostaining, then bright
field stain, and be able to look at both fluorescence signal and bright
field signal.


Thanks a lot!




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