[Histonet] RE: xylene substitute

Nathan Jentsch njblademaster <@t> gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 14:43:28 CDT 2010

We use a product called pro-par, produced by Anatech.  We don't use permount
routinely, but a few of our specials require it.  We dehydrate and then
clear with the pro-par, and it works fine for those stains.  It is much less
harsh on tissue than xylene; we have three VIP's, and our specimens sit in
it for several hours with no negative effects on the tissue or the

Nathan Jentsch

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