Microwave Staining of Enteric Neurons Using Cuprolinic Blue (Quinolinic Phthalocyanin) Combined with Enzyme Histochemistry and Peroxidase Immunohistochemistry

@article{Ginneken1999MicrowaveSO,
  title={Microwave Staining of Enteric Neurons Using Cuprolinic Blue (Quinolinic Phthalocyanin) Combined with Enzyme Histochemistry and Peroxidase Immunohistochemistry},
  author={Christa J van Ginneken and M J de Smet and Frans Van Meir and A A Weyns},
  journal={Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={47},
  pages={13 - 21}
}
Methods that visualize subsets as well as the entire enteric neuron population are not readily available or have proved to be unreliable. Therefore, we attempted to combine NADPH-d histochemistry, AChE histochemistry, and CGRP immunohistochemistry, techniques that mark subsets of enteric neurons, with a technique that appeared to visualize the entire enteric neuron population, the cuprolinic blue staining method. To guarantee representative staining results, the individual staining methods were… CONTINUE READING

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