Hoechst 33342

Richard A. Murphy U14663 at UICVM.UIC.EDU
Fri Oct 17 18:48:08 EST 1997


This is a request from a friend.
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Does anyone know if Hoechst 33342 is analogous to fluorescein diacetate in
staining bacteria?  and: Do different bacteria (gram -ve/gram +ve) take up
Hoechst to different degrees?  Thanks for your help.  regards, john
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You can send answers to the list or to me.
Thanks
Dick Murphy
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