[Histonet] H&E Staining Procedure for bone samples embedded in Glycol Methacrylate

Simoskevitz, Ricki ricki.simoskevitz at medtronic.com
Mon May 15 11:23:35 CDT 2017

Does anyone have a good H&E stain for bone sections in glycol methacrylate.  There is alginate and collagen in the samples and it is making it very difficult to read and differentiate between the old host bone and the new bone or to see the osteoblasts and marrow.  My information is listed below.  Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.


Ricki Simoskevitz
Scientist Group Leader OI Lab | Eatontown Quality

Osteoinductivity Lab
51 James Way| Eatontown, NJ/07724 | USA
Office 732-542-2800 X6328|Fax 763-355-1224
ricki.simoskevitz at medtronic.com<mailto:ricki.simoskevitz at medtronic.com>


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