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Alternatives to Sirus Red Stain?
I am looking to use Sirius Red to stain collagen on paraffin embedded sections.
The protocol i found uses Picric Acid. Does any1 have another protocol that uses something other than Picric Acid?
Re: Alternatives to Sirus Red Stain?
I just found your comment.
I recommend to use the kit provided from Chondrex. The products number is 9046, it is Semi-quantitative Collagen Assay kit. They also provide the protocol.
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