Lacquers's Method for Alcoholic Hyalin
EMS Catalog #: 26306-Series
10% Buffered Neutral Formalin or Zenker’s
Cut Paraffin, 6 microns.
- Deparaffinize and hydrate to distilled water.
- Stain in Mayer Hematoxylin (#26306-01) for 15 minutes. Wash in running water for 15 minutes.
- Flood slides with Acid Fuchsin -:Aniline Solution (#26306-02). Shake bottle well before using, solution will separate upon standing, and heat gently until aniline fumes escapes, view against a dark background. Let stand for 15 minutes. Wash in water, 3 dips.
- Differentiate in Alcoholic Picric Acid (#26306-05) until only hyaline and red cells remain red, and collagen is faint gray or unstained. Wash in running water for 3 minutes.
- Mordant in 1% Phosphomolybdic Acid (#26306-04) for 4 to 18 hours.
- Counterstain in Light Green Solution (#26306-03) for 1 hour. Wash in running water for 1 minute.
- Fibers are seen as distinct fibrils.
- Dehydrate in 95% alcohol, absolute alcohol, and clear in xylene, two changes each.
- Mount with Permount (#17986-01).
|Mallory Bodies||Bright Red|
|Protinaceous material seen occasionally in some liver cells||Red|
|Hemosiderin and lipofichsin||Unstained|
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Clark, G., (ed). Staining Procedures, 3rd edition, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, p. 52, c.1973.