[Histonet] Re: Staining Protocol

sgoebel <@t> xbiotech.com sgoebel <@t> xbiotech.com
Thu Aug 19 10:57:55 CDT 2010

   Depends  on what kind of hematoxylin you are using and which type    eosin  (and  how  dark  or  "red"  the  pathologist wants the eosin to
   be).&nbs   plus  every  HT  s   bible for years!!
   Sarah G   Histotechnician
   8201 East Riverside Dr. Bldg 4 Suite 100

   Austin, Texas  78744


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   Subject: [Histonet] Re: Staining Protocol
   From: "Poole, Kimberly" <[1]Kimberly.Poole <@t> drdc-rddc.gc.ca>
   Date: Thu, August 19, 2010 8:28 am
   To: <[2]histonet <@t> lists   Hello Histonetters,
   I  perform  many H&E staining and I think that the previous person who
   ra   anyone  be   help!
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