[Histonet] Iron counterstains
Cassie P. Davis
CDavis at che-east.org
Fri Aug 10 05:59:00 CDT 2018
I enjoy this forum so much, I get to use brain cells I haven't used in years!
When I saw your question about other counterstains for Iron Stain I kept thinking quick dip in Eosin (from you H&E) because I thought I remember having to do that in the 90's when we ran our of NFR. Histologist can be so resourceful with the right support. If I remember correctly light Eosin can also be used as a counterstain for GMS, some have used a very pale Hematoxylin but I personally don't care for it because it wasn't enough contrst for me. Tony, thanks for speaking up, it's nice to know I haven't forgot eveything with all the automation.
Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2018 23:29:27 +0000
From: "Tony Henwood (SCHN)" <tony.henwood at health.nsw.gov.au>
To: "Campbell, Tasha M." <tmcampbe at fmh.org>
Cc: "histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu"
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Subject: Re: [Histonet] Iron Stain
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Try your eosin stain used in your H&E or 1% Neutral red in 2% acetic acid
Tony Henwood JP, MSc, BAppSc, GradDipSysAnalys, CT(ASC), FFSc(RCPA)
Principal Scientist, the Children's Hospital at Westmead
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