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Direct histochemical stain for transthyretin (prealbumin)?

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Default Direct histochemical stain for transthyretin (prealbumin)?



Kindly, is anyone aware of any histochemical stain for transthyretin, ideally, which can differ-diagnose from other types of amyloid depositions (AA, AL, κ-, λ- chains)?

The best thing I have come up with is an "autoclave" and "guanidine/HCl" technique - no actual stain that is...

Any help is highly appreciated fellas!

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