[Histonet] TRAP Stain

Jessica Riggleman jriggleman at globusmedical.com
Mon Sep 12 14:16:46 CDT 2016

Also if anyone has any photos of slides stained that would be great. We are looking for osteoclasts.


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Subject: TRAP Stain

Can anyone recommend a TRAP (tartrate resistant acid phosphatase) protocol for formalin fixed paraffin embedded Rabbit PLF specimens? Or a kit to use?

Thank you,

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