Cell Body + Fiber Stain?

Bruce Quinn quinn at is2.nyu.edu
Mon Feb 6 19:24:38 EST 1995


The usual one is called the Kluver-Barrera stain, which combines
the myelin dye Luxol Fast Blue, with a Nissl stain (thionin, 
cresyl violet).  It's in all the standard textbooks of
histology or neurohistology.  If your CUNY library doesn't
have it drop by one of the medical schools' libraries.

bq




Michael Harvey (MIHHC at CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU) wrote:
: Hello, I am trying to find a protocol for a combination cell body/fiber
: stain.  I am attempting to get a better look at the trigeminal brainstem
: nuclear complex. From caudalis up. The nissl stain just doesn't do it.
: Thanx in advance
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