[Histonet] AChE fiber staining protocoll?

szigcs <@t> bio.u-szeged.hu szigcs <@t> bio.u-szeged.hu
Wed Oct 6 10:00:35 CDT 2010

IdĂŠzet ("Houston, Ronald" <Ronald.Houston <@t> nationwidechildrens.org>):

Thank you for the answer. We will try this protocol and i will reply  
the results.
Csaba Szigeti

> I have had great success in fine fibers with the modification of   
> Martucciello et al, Eur J Pediatr Surg 2001; 11: 300-304, but only   
> in 15 micron intestine sections, so I do not know how it will   
> transpose to brain studies and the thicker sections
> Ronnie Houston
> Anatomic Pathology Manager
> Nationwide Children's Hospital
> Columbus OH 43205
> (614) 722 5450
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> Subject: [Histonet] AChE fiber staining protocoll?
> Dear Histonet Members!
> We are going to investigate AChE fiber density changes in the cortex
> of transcardially perfused rat brain slices (30 micrometer, criostat
> sections, perfusing solution: 4% formaldehyde in PB ph 7.4). We need a
> protocoll to visualize FINE fiber structure to be able to count changes.
> We  used modification of Hedreen and original Tago protocoll. Hedreen
> good results for general, but no fiber staining, Tago no sucsses.
> Could you please tell us some advise, protocolls functioning on teh
> above mentioned objects?
> Thank you all in advance...
> Csaba Szigeti
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