[Histonet] Hematoxylin-eosin-saffron staining
Rene J Buesa
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Wed Jan 25 08:07:49 CST 2006
There is a procedure by Langeron (1942) for saffron and eosin B:
Sol.A = 1% eosin; Sol.B = dist.water¡ú100mL + saffron¡ú2 g + + 5% aq. tanin¡ú1 mL + 40% formaldehyde¡ú 1 mL
hydrated sections stained with hematoxylin ¡údifferentiated ¡ú nuclei blue ¡ú sol A for 5 min¡ú quick rinse in water ¡ú 70% ethanol for a few seconds ¡ú wash well in water ¡ú sol B for 5 min¡ú BLOT sections ¡ú flood the sections with absolute ethanol until dehydrated ¡ú xylene ¡ú cover slip.
For the macrophages I would stain toluidine blue.
Hope this will help.
"Castillos, Luminita" <lcastillos <@t> icoria.com> wrote:
I am looking to find the protocol for the hematoxylin-eosin-saffron
method and I have difficulties. I would like to ask if anybody can share
with me this protocol?. I appreciated so much. Also, does somebody knows
a staining for macrophages from the lung or synovial tissue , using only
histochemistry staining without immunostaining?. Thank you again.
Luminita Castillos, Ph.D.
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