[Histonet] saliva for glycogen hydrolysis

Matt Brooks mbrooks <@t> incytepathology.com
Fri Feb 11 16:58:56 CST 2011

Room Temperature for 10-15 minutes and wash well with DI H2O after.

Matt Brooks, BS, HT (ASCP)
Histology Supervisor
InCyte Pathology
mbrooks <@t> incytepathology.com

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Subject: [Histonet] saliva for glycogen hydrolysis

Those who use human saliva rather than diastase - for how long do you
apply the saliva?  At what temperature?  Do you cover the saliva and
section with a coverslip during treatment?  I used to do this many years
ago, but have been using diastase for so long now that I don't remember
the particulars of the saliva method, and few books seem to provide that
information.  Thanks.

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