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Alcian Blue Staining from PBR 3653 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

Alcian Blue Staining from PBR 3653 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

 

Donor Tissue Kindly Provided by Dr. Gloria Pryhuber from the University of Rochester Medical Center

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  1. For Frozen tissue, rinsed slides for 2X in PBS, then Incubated slides for 5 min in 4% PFA/PBS, then rinsed slides 1X in PBS.
  2. Rinsed slides for 3 minutes in running dH2O.
  3. Slides were then incubated in 3% Glacial Acetic Acid (S101, Poly Scientific) for 3 minutes.
  4. Slides were then incubated in filtered Alcian Blue (S111A, Poly Scientific) for 30 minutes.
  5. Wash slides under cold running tap water for 10 minutes.
  6. Incubate for 2 minutes in Nuclear Fast Red (S248, Poly Scientific).
  7. Wash under flowing dH2O until excess Nuclear Fast Red is washed away.
  8. Incubated slides in 90% ETOH for 20 dips, repeat in different 90% ETOH.
  9. Incubated slides in 100% ETOH for 20 dips, repeat in different 100% ETOH.
  10. Washed slides in 2X in Xylene, followed by 6 more washes in xylene.
  11. Coverslip with Permount. (Permount Toulene Solution UN 1294, Cat # SP-15-500 Fisher Scientific).

Tissue Used:
Alcian Blue Staining from PBR 3653 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

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H&E Staining from PBR 3383 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

H&E Staining from PBR 3383 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

Donor Tissue Kindly Provided by Dr. Gloria Pryhuber from the University of Rochester Medical Center

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  1. Paraffin sections were placed at 60oC overnight to melt paraffin.
  2. Paraffin sections were then placed in xylene (Xylenes Reagent Grade ACS Histology/Lab Grade Cat # 399000000 Pharma-AAPER) 3X for 10 minutes each.
  3. Rinsed slides in a series of 100% ETOH washes. 20 dips for the first wash, 3 minutes for the second wash, and 20 dips for the third wash.
  4. Rinsed slides in a series of 95% ETOH washes. 20 dips for the first wash, 3 minutes for the second wash, and 20 dips for the third wash.
  5. Rinsed slides in 70% ETOH for 3 min.
  6. Rinsed slides for 3 minutes in running dH2O.
  7. Slides were then stained in filtered Hematoxylin for 60 seconds. (Gold Standard Harris Hemotoxylin, Acidified, Mercury; Cat # 24245 Polysciences Inc,).
  8. Rinsed slides in tap water until water turned cleared then rinsed in dH2O
  9. Rinsed slides in Lithium Carbonate: 20 dips. (Lithium Carbonate ACS Grade; Cat # 255823-500G Sigma Aldrich). Lithium carbonate is prepared by over-saturating in dH2O.
  10. Rinsed slides in dH2O 3X 20 dips.
  11. Rinsed slides in 70% ETOH for 20 dips.
  12. Rinsed slides in 80% ETOH for 20 dips.
  13. Stained slides in Eosin for 15 seconds. (Eosin Y 0.5% Alcohol Solution, Cat # 09859 Polysciences Inc,).
  14. Rinsed slides in a series of 95% ETOH washes. 10 dips for the first and second washes, 15 dips in the third and fourth washes.
  15. Rinsed slides 3X in 100% ETOH. 10 dips for the first and second washes and 15 dips in the third and fourth washes.
  16. Rinsed slides in 2X in Xylene, followed by 6 more washes in xylene.
  17. Coverslip with Permount. (Permount Toulene Solution UN 1294, Cat # SP-15-500 Fisher Scientific).

 

Tissue Used:
PBR 3383 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

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H&E Staining from PBR 3653 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

H&E Staining from PBR 3653 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

Donor Tissue Kindly Provided by Dr. Gloria Pryhuber from the University of Rochester Medical Center

Pryhuber_Lab

  1. Paraffin sections were placed at 60oC overnight to melt paraffin.
  2. Paraffin sections were then placed in xylene (Xylenes Reagent Grade ACS Histology/Lab Grade Cat # 399000000 Pharma-AAPER) 3X for 10 minutes each.
  3. Rinsed slides in a series of 100% ETOH washes. 20 dips for the first wash, 3 minutes for the second wash, and 20 dips for the third wash.
  4. Rinsed slides in a series of 95% ETOH washes. 20 dips for the first wash, 3 minutes for the second wash, and 20 dips for the third wash.
  5. Rinsed slides in 70% ETOH for 3 min.
  6. Rinsed slides for 3 minutes in running dH2O.
  7. Slides were then stained in filtered Hematoxylin for 60 seconds. (Gold Standard Harris Hemotoxylin, Acidified, Mercury; Cat # 24245 Polysciences Inc,).
  8. Rinsed slides in tap water until water turned cleared then rinsed in dH2O
  9. Rinsed slides in Lithium Carbonate: 20 dips. (Lithium Carbonate ACS Grade; Cat # 255823-500G Sigma Aldrich). Lithium carbonate is prepared by over-saturating in dH2O.
  10. Rinsed slides in dH2O 3X 20 dips.
  11. Rinsed slides in 70% ETOH for 20 dips.
  12. Rinsed slides in 80% ETOH for 20 dips.
  13. Stained slides in Eosin for 15 seconds. (Eosin Y 0.5% Alcohol Solution, Cat # 09859 Polysciences Inc,).
  14. Rinsed slides in a series of 95% ETOH washes. 10 dips for the first and second washes, 15 dips in the third and fourth washes.
  15. Rinsed slides 3X in 100% ETOH. 10 dips for the first and second washes and 15 dips in the third and fourth washes.
  16. Rinsed slides in 2X in Xylene, followed by 6 more washes in xylene.
  17. Coverslip with Permount. (Permount Toulene Solution UN 1294, Cat # SP-15-500 Fisher Scientific).

 

Tissue Used:
PBR 3653 Patient with Cystic Fibrosis

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