nuclear stain

Hurley, David Biol HurleyD at mg.sdstate.edu
Thu Aug 31 14:25:22 EST 1995


Why not use crytsal violet or wright's stain.  both will clearly stain 
nuclei.

Hurley
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I am looking for a simple histological stain to show nuclei of 
fixed cultured cells.  I can think of a fluorescent stain, Hoechst 33258, 
but would prefer to use an ordinary light microscope.







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