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Histology Stain Picro-sirius Red With Nuclei Stain

 

A comparison of the picrosirius red stain with and without a nuclear stain.

We took the original picrosirius red stain and modified it to create our version with crisp looking nuclei.

The picture on the left has been stained with Weigert’s hematoxylin and on the right, no nuclear stain.

Collagen – Red         Muscle – Green       Nuclei – black

 

histology stain picro-sirius red

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Collagen – the tissue glue, plays a vital role in maintaining structural integrity in tissue function.  This stain is used to detect many disease models such as liver fibrosis, skin wounds, myocardial scars, and arterial tissue.

 

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Special Stain Solution Protocols Page

Hello,  We have starting adding our solution protocols on a new page.  These are all the protocols that we use now. A professional histology service.

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Special stains protocols

I am trying to figure out what to do about the special stains protocols.  There are about 35 of them.  Putting them on the front page does not seem to be efficient.   I would like them all to be searchable and downloadable, maybe on a different page.  What do you think, does it make a difference?