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Zirconyl hematoxylin stains acidic mucins darkly and specifically using a solution of 100 mg hematoxylin, 5 ml ethanol, 5 ml 0.5% sodium iodate, 400 mg zirconyl chloride octahydrate, and 30 ml 25% aqueous glycerol. The stain is especially advantageous for studying goblet cells and Paget cells.
We compared histochemical and immunohistochemical staining as well as fluorochrome labeling in murine bone specimens that were fixed with 10% neutral buffered formalin to those fixed with HistoChoice®. We showed that sections from undecalcified tibiae fixed for 4 h in HistoChoice® resulted in...
Hexazonium pararosaniline is a valuable reagent that has been used in enzyme activity histochemistry for 50 years. It is an aqueous solution containing the tris-diazonium ion derived from pararosaniline, an aminotriarylmethane dye, and it contains an excess of nitrous acid that was not consumed...
A sensitive bright field/fluorescent histochemical staining method has been developed that reveals endogenous aluminum in subcellular structures. The method, achievable within 30 min, is based on phloxine B and phosphotungstic acid, with ethanol differentiation. Hematoxylin is used for nuclear...
We designed two procedures to visualize simultaneously clusters of ribosomal RNA genes (rDNA) and the nucleolus in plant cells. The procedures combine fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) to visualize the rDNA clusters and silver staining to observe the nucleolus. When FISH is followed by...
The phagocytic activity of neuroglial cells in adult feline degenerating optic nerve was investigated by immunocytochemistry at both light and electron microscopy levels. Degeneration was initiated by unilateral eye enucleation and the segment distal to the transection showing true Wallerian...
Metal shadow casting techniques for transmission electron microscopic examination was used to determine the morphological characteristics of Mycobacterium leprae in untreated and treated patients. This technique is used to visualize bacterial surface structures by thermal evaporation of platinum...
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