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A Modified One Hour Giemsa.

July 1971;I(1):3.

Method for Destaining Aldehyde Fuchsin.

July 1971;I(1):1.

Restoration of Nuclear Basophilic Properties.

July 1971;I(1):2-3.

Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining Problems and Solutions.

An Editorial. October 1971;I(2):7.

Methods for More Specific Differentiations of Melanin Pigment.

An Editorial. October 1971;I(2):6.

Special Precautions for All Silver Nitrate Procedures.

Dominic L. Europa, B.S., Principle Histo-Cytologist, Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, N.Y. 10016. October 1971;I(2):5.

Special Staining Control System for Histology.

Herbert Stevens, HT (ASCP), Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan 48124. January 1972;II(1):9.

A Modified Movat Pentachrome Stain.

Jeffrey S. Silverman, Westbury, New York 11590. April 1972;II(2).

A Simple Staining Procedure for Calcium Deposits.

Mrs. Willa Mikowski, HT (ASCP), Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Michigan 49684. April 1972;II(2)

Substitute Dye Source for Movat’s Pentachrome.

An Editorial. April 1972;II(2).

Additional Information on Formalin Fixation and H & E Staining.

An Editorial. July 1972;II(3):17.

Gomori’s Trichrome for Staining E. Histolytica.

Edgar L. Kitchen, Senior Histotechnologist, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Whittier, California 90602. July 1972;II(3):19.

Modified Gomori’s Method for Staining Reticulum and Collagen.

Charles J. Churukian, The University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York 14620. October 1972;II(4):23.

Additional Information on Histochemical Calcium Techniques.

P. L. Anderson, Bethesda, Maryland 20014. January 1973;III(1):25.

Combined Silver Methenamine — One-Step Trichrome Procedure.

Jules Elias, M.A., Basic Health Sciences Center, Stony Brook, New York 11790. January 1973;III(1):27.

Further Information on Eosin Preparation.

M. Pirogow, Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, New York 13210. January 1973;III(1):25.

Staining Fresh, Unfixed, Unembedded and Undercalcified Bone Sections.

A.R. Villanueva, B.S., HT (ASCP), Technical Director, Orthopaedic Research Division, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan 48202. January 1973;III(1):26.

Automatic Staining Versus Hand Staining.

Sandra L. Green, Animal Care Facility, Stanford Medical Center, Stanford, California 94305. April 1973;III(2):29-30.

Differential Staining Methods for Cells in the Central Nervous System.

C.E. Potter, HT (ASCP), L.W. Chang, Ph.D., A.W. Dudley, Jr., M.D., Department of Pathology, University of Wisconsin, The Medical School, Madison, Wisconsin 53706. April 1973;III(2):30-31.

Improved Mucin Staining.

An Editorial. April 1973;III(2):31.

Time-Saving Idea for Special Stains.

Florence Edwards, Lakeland General Hospital, Lakeland, Florida. April 1973;III(2):31.

An Evaluation of the Problems in Lymph Node Preparation.

Elaine S. Boyd, HT (ASCP), Los Robles Hospital, Thousand Oaks, California 91360. July 1973;III(3):33-34.

Modified Gomori’s Chrome Alum-Hematoxylin-Phloxine Stain for Alpha2 Cells.

July 1973;III(3):35.

Multiple Staining Procedures for the Islands of Langerhans.

Ellen S. Slaughter, HT (ASCP), Robert E. Brown, M.D., Washington, D.C. 20306. July 1973;III(3):34-36.

Procedures: Modified Gomori’s Aldehyde-Fuchsin Stain for Beta Cells.

July 1973;III(3):34.

Marking Tissue with Mercurochrome.

Donald L. Meyers, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21205. October 1973;III(4):40.

Simplifying Special Stains.

Donald L. Meyers, Chief Histotechnologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 21205. October 1973;III(4):41.

Ziegler’s Hematoxylin and Eosin Stain.

E.E. Ziegler, M.D., 3565 S. Leisure World Boulevard, Silver Spring, Maryland 20906. October 1973;III(4):39-40.

Ziegler’s Hematoxylin and Eosin Stain.

E.E. Ziegler, M.D., 3565 S. Leisure World Boulevard, Silver Spring, Maryland 20906. October 1973;III(4):39-40.

Ziegler’s Hematoxylin and Eosin Stain.

E.E. Ziegler, M.D., 3565 S. Leisure World Boulevard, Silver Spring, Maryland 20906. October 1973;III(4):39-40.

Problems in Stain Technology.

An Editorial. January 1974;IV(1):45.

A Silver Technique for the Study of Cellular Injuries.

Louis W. Chang, Ph.D., Alden W. Dudley, Jr., M.D., Cynthia E. Potter, HT (ASCP), University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison, Wisconsin 53706. April 1974;IV(2):47-48.

Celestine Blue B Method: A Substitute for the Routine H&E Procedure.

An Editorial. April 1974;IV(2):49.

Eliminating Cytoplasmic Staining in Sections Stained with Weigert’s Iron Hematoxylin.

Charles J. Churukian, University of Rochester, School of Medicine, Rochester, New York 14642. July 1974;IV(3):53.

Gaines’ Iron Reaction.

William K. Gaines, HT (ASCP), Veterans Administration Hospital, Topeka, Kansas 66622. July 1974;IV(3):52-53.

Improving the Method for the Demonstration of Adenosine Triphosphatase.

John P. Koski, HT (ASCP), University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104. July 1974;IV(3):53.

A Rapid Cold Method for the Preparation of Bullard’s and Harris’ Hematoxylin.

Dominic L. Europa, B.S., Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, N.Y. 10016. October 1974;IV(4):55.

Getting the Most Out of Special Stain Solutions in the Small and Moderate-Sized Histopathology Labor

James V. Robinson, B.S., Mercy Center for Health Care Services, Aurora, Illinois 60506. October 1974;IV(4):57.

Modified Alizarin Red-S Staining Method for Fetal Bones.

Livia M. Molnar, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195. October 1974;IV(4):55.

Special Stains Under Non-Special Conditions.

Therese R. Ansman, Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104. October 1974;IV(4):57.

Additional Information on Problem in Stain Technology.

Alyce S. Dugan, Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry Laboratory, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17105. January 1975;V(1):59.

Counterstains for Hematoxylins.

Richard Verfuerth, Lee G. Luna. An Editorial. January 1975;V(1):61.

Luna-Verfuerth Stat. H&E Staining Procedure.

An Editorial. January 1975;V(1):60.

Modification of Harris Hematoxylin for Sections from Tissue Double Embedded with Nitrocellulose and

Livia M. Molnar, Department of Orthodontics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195. January 1975;V(1):59.

A Modification of the Kl

Sam Chou, M.D., Ph.D., Annamae O’Neal, HT (ASCP), Department of Neuropathology, West Virginia University Medical Center, Morgantown, West Virginia 26506. April 1975;V(2):65.

Modification of Verhoeff’s Elastic Stain for Sections from Tissue Double Embedded with Nitrocellulos

Liva M. Molnar, Department of Orthodontics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195. April 1975;V(2):64.

Quality Control for PTAH Staining.

An Editorial. April 1975;V(2):66.

Useful Stains for a General Hospital Laboratory.

John C. Gallagher, M.D., Veterans Administration Center, Bay Pines, Florida 33504. April 1975;V(2):63.

Additional Information for Prestaining Small Specimens.

Eric G. Smith, Bath Memorial Hospital, Bath, Maine 04530. July 1975;V(3):69.

Stability of More Commonly Used Special Staining Solutions.

An Editorial. July 1975;V(3):68-69.

A Modified Argentaffin Silver Reaction.

Karole Cecich, Holy Family Hospital, Des Plaines, Illinois 60016. October 1975;V(4):73.

Modified H&E Stain for Demonstrating Reed-Sternberg Cells.

Peter V. Emanuele, Histopathology Laboratories Division, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306. October 1975;V(4):72.

Modification of Mallory’s Aniline Blue Collagen Stain.

Livia M. Molnar, Department of Orthodontics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195. January 1976;VI(1):78.

Stain Technology Control.

An Editorial. January 1976;VI(1):77.

Routine Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining Procedure.

An Editorial. April 1976;VI(2):81.

A Modified Auramine O-Rhodamine B Method for Better Demonstration of Acid-Fast Organisms with Fluore

Donald J. Burt, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, Colorado 80110. July 1976;VI(3):84-85.

A Reliable Methyl Green-Pyronin Procedure for RNA and DNA.

Pat Alexander, Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Alabama School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama 35294. October 1976;VI(4):90.

Do it Yourself — Terry’s Methylene Blue.

An Editorial. October 1976;VI(4):88.

Modification of Mayer’s Hematoxylin-Eosin Method.

Livia M. Molnar, Department of Orthodontics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195. October 1976;VI(4):87.

Flow Sheet for the Warthin-Starry Stain.

Jacob Lundy, Biomedical Laboratory, Edgewood Arsenal, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21010. January 1977;VII(1):92.

Did You Know?

An Editorial. July 1977;VII(3):99-100.

Emanuele’s PAS Modification for Cellular Elements.

Peter V. Emanuele, Washington, D.C. 20306. July 1977;VII(3):99.

A Rapid Mallory’s PTAH Method for Fibrin.

Charles J. Churukian, B.A., HT (ASCP), The University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York 14642. October 1977;VII(4):105.

Histo-Hints: Sevier and Munger Silver Staining and Cryomethacrylate.

George Cole, Marilyn Dailey, Good Samaritan Hospital & Medical Center, Portland, Oregon 97210. October 1977;VII(4):104.

Ruas’ H&E Stain for Stat Frozen Sections.

John R. Ruas, HT (ASCP), Children’s Health Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404. October 1977;VII(4):103.

Staining of Bacteria in Tissue Sections: A Reliable Gram Stain Method.

Robert C. Brown, M.D., Rutherford Hospital, Rutherfordton, North Carolina 28139. Howard C. Hopps, M.D., University of Missouri, School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri 65201. January 1978;VIII(1):108-109.

A Rapid Polychrome Stain for Frozen Sections.

William Barlow, HT (ASCP), Riverside Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware 19899. April 1978;VIII(2):113.

A Rapid Polychrome Stain for Frozen Sections.

William Barlow, HT (ASCP), Riverside Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware 19899. April 1978;VIII(2):113.

A Modified Thiosulfation-Aldehyde Fuchsin Method for Pancreatic Beta Cell Granules.

Jack P. Wenger, Lee G. Luna, Washington, D.C. 20306. July 1978;VIII(3):116.

Erratum Staining Thiosulfation-Aldehyde

Fuchsin, Erratum, July 1978

Gelatin-Chrome Alum: A Better Section Adhesive.

Cathy Adler, St. Vincent Charity Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio 44115. July 1978;VIII(3):115.

An Editorial View on H&E Consultation.

October 1978;VIII(4):121.

Recommended Procedure for Demonstrating Hepatic B Antigen (HGAg): in Paraffin Sections.

An Editorial. October 1978;VIII(4):119-120.

Problems with Aldehyde Fuchsin Staining.

Charles J. Churukian, B.A., H.T., (ASCP), Department of Pathology, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York 14642. January 1979;IX(1):123.

The Masson Trichrome, Some Useful Information.

An Editorial. January 1979;IX(1):124.

Improved Calcium Demonstration.

An Editorial. April 1979;IX(2):129.

Solution to Problems in Staining Techniques.

An Editorial. April 1979;IX(2):128.

A New Polychrome Stain.

Janet Campbell and Kenneth Saeger, M.D., The Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Los Angeles, California 90017. July 1979;IX(3):133-134.

A Seven-Minute Harris Hematoxylin and Eosin Stain.

Victoria Meyer and Gail Antonich, North Hills Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237. October 1979;IX(4):137.

Hall’s Modified Harris Hematoxylin.

Dolores W. Carter, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee 38146. April 1980;X(2):143.

H&E Staining With Paper Strips.

J. Ziaja, V. Granat, E. Gruebbel, Lutheran Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri 63118. July 1980;X(3):148.

A Box of Salt.

Marion Gleason, Providence Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio 45239. October 1980;X(4):152.

A Double Check with Fluorescent Antibodies and Special Stains for the Differentiation of Endocrine C

Akira Hirayama, M.D., Minoru Sakurada, Department of Surgical Pathology, Tokyo Women’s Medical College, 10 Kawada-Cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan. 10th Anniversary Issue 1980;10.

Eosin Staining: pH Dependence.

W.R. Turner, M.D., Senior Pathologist, State Pathology Laboratory, Davidsonweg Road, George 6530, Republic of South Africa. 10th Anniversary Issue 1980;10.

Mallory Trichrome Stain.

Stephanie S. Lightbourn, D.M.T., C.T., Princess Margaret Hospital, Ministry of Health, P.O. Box N-3729, Nassau Bahamas. 10th Anniversary Issue 1980;12.

Reply to Editorial.

Graham Dann, A.R.T., Medical Laboratory Technology, Lambton College, Sarnia, Ontario N7T 7K4. January 1981;XI(1):157.

A Modified Aldehyde Thionin Method for Demonstrating Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg).

Charles Churukian, B.A., University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York 14642. April 1981;XI(2):159-160.

Liver Trichrome Stain.

William Dotson, The North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514. July 1981;XI(3):163.

A Modification of Southgate’s Mucicarmine Method.

Calvin G. Payne, B.S., Chesapeake, Virginia 23323. October 1981;XI(4):168.

Hematoxylin Eosin/Phloxine Stain.

James Maynard, Mease Hospital & Clinic, Dunedin, Florida 33528. October 1981;XI(4):167.

Methyl Green Pyronine.

Virginia Cordero, North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514. October 1981;XI(4):169.

The Hydrophobic Effect in the Histology Laboratory.

Martin Golick, B.S., Bellevue Hospital, New York, N.Y. 10016. July 1982;XII(3):179.

Solution to Eosin Staining Problems.

Brian Moore, B.S., R.T., Veterinary Laboratory, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada V2S 4N8. October 1982;XII(4):185.

Spirochete Staining — An Inquiry Response.

Brenda Cuevas, HT (ASCP), Zona 6, Panama, Rep. de Panama. October 1982;XII(4):184-185.

Technical Correction — Method for Juxtaglomerular Granules.

M. Konopka, Histopathology Department, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Camperdown, N.S.W. 2050, Australia. October 1982;XII(4):183.

A Modified Mayer’s Mucicarmine Procedure.

Mequita Praet, Susie Parker Stringfellow Memorial Hospital, Anniston, Alabama 36203. January 1983;XIII(1):189.

Immunohistochemicals.

April 1983;XIII(2):199-201.

Observations on the Demonstration of Amyloid When Using Different Methods.

Rob Bosma, Central Lab for National Health in Friesland, Jelsumerstraat 6, 8917 EN LEEUWARDEN, The Netherlands. October 1983;XIII(4):214-215.

Technical Aspects of Immunocytochemistry and its Application in Routine Histopathology.

Alison Fields, FIMLS, Department of Histopathology, Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, London. October 1983;XIII(4):211-213.

The Phenol Crystal Violet Stain for Differential Staining of Gram Positive and Negative Bacteria.

Kerry Beebe, ART, Kelowna General Hospital, Kelowna, B.C., Canada V1Y 1T2. October 1983;XIII(4):216.

Tissue Adhesive for Immunoperoxidase.

Eileen M. Connelly, HT (ASCP), AA, Geofreey Rowden, PhD, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, Illinois 60153. October 1983;XIII(4):215.

A Spinal Fluid Stain for Cryptococcal Meningitis.

Annamae O’Neal, HT (ASCP), West Virginia University Medical Center, Morgantown, West Virginia 26506. November 1983;XIII(3):207.

Localization of Prostatic Acid Phosphatase by Immunoperoxidase Staining.

Peter Mooney, St. Stephens Hospital, Chelsea, U.K. November 1983;XIII(3):208.

Localization of Prostatic Acid Phosphatase by Immunoperoxidase Staining.

Peter Mooney, St. Stephens Hospital, Chelsea, U.K. November 1983;XIII(3):208.

Removing Mercuric Chloride Precipitate from Tissue.

Marjorie Parker, St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 21229. November 1983;XIII(3):207.

A Rapid Trichrome Stain.

Osvaldo Jose Vilar, Naval Hospital of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 1405, Argentina. January 1984;XIV(1):229.

An Elastin Stain.

P.J. Miller, King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, England. January 1984;XIV(1):227.

Plastic Section Trichrome Staining.

Dr. D. Juan S. Fernandez Pascual, Servicio de Anatomia Patologica, Residencia Santaria de la S.S., Manuel Lois Garcia, Huelva, Spain. January 1984;XIV(1):221-222.

Plastic Section Trichrome Staining.

Dr. D. Juan S. Fernandez Pascual, Servicio de Anatomia Patologica, Residencia Santaria de la S.S., Manuel Lois Garcia, Huelva, Spain. January 1984;XIV(1):221-222.

Schmorl’s Method for Melanin.

Mack Alexander, HTL (ASCP), Saint Joseph Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska 68131. January 1984;XIV(1):226.

Chloral Hydrate as a Reducer in Silver Impregnation Methods for the Demonstration of Axons and Neuro

J.R. Goodwin, Mater Misericordiae Public Hospital, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 1985;XV(1):231.

Rapid Dieterle Stain with Microwave Heating.

Loretta Sohn, Stanley Shapiro, Queens Hospital, Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center, Jamaica, New York. 1985;XV(1):232.

A Combination Myelin-Nissl Substance Stain.

J.R. Goodwin, Mater Misericordiae Public Hospitals, Raymond Terrace, South Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia. Winter 1985-86;XVI(1):217.

Connective Tissue Staining in Water Soluble Methacrylate.

Mabel Pierce, HT (ASCP), EM (EMSA), Histology Department, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 55095. Winter 1985-86;XVI(1):216-217.

The Basis of Dye Chemistry and Techniques Available For Identification of Adulterated or Mislabeled

Davorka Barisic, New South Wales Institute of Technology, New South Wales, Australia. Winter 1985-86;XVI(1):211-214.

Acid Extracted Eosin Y Stain.

David Olson, A.A.S., HT (ASCP), Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital, Osage Beach, Missouri 65065. Spring 1986;XVI(2):222-223.

The Basis of Dye Chemistry and Techniques Available For Identification of Adulterated or Mislabeled

Davorka Barisic, New South Wales Institute of Technology, New South Wales, Australia. Spring 1986;XVI(2):219-221.

Automatic H&E Staining.

Margaret L. Mangham, M.L.T., Veterans Administration Medical Center, Kerrville, TX 78028. Winter 1986-87;XVI(4):232.

New Fuchsin for Old — In Schiff’s Reagent.

P. Sharp, FIMLS, Royal Army Medical College, Millbank, London SW1, England. Winter 1986-87;XVI(4):230.

Organizing Your Special Stain Solutions.

Chris Manor, Seaway Hospital, Trenton, Michigan 48183. Winter 1986-87;XVI(4):231.

An Alternate Counterstain for the Grocott-Gomori Methenamine Silver Procedure.

Billie Swisher, HT/HTL (ASCP), Center for Infectious Diseases, Experimental Pathology Branch, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA 30333. April 1987;XVII(2):243.

A Modified Gram Positive and Gram Negative Procedure.

Susan Calufetti, HT (ASCP), St. Joseph’s Hospital Medical Center, Bloomington, Illinois 61701. July 1987;XVII(3):254.

Campbell’s Polychrome Stain — New Use In Histology.

Osvaldo Jose Vilar, Ophthalmic Pedro Lagleyze, Buenos Aires 1416, Argentina. October 1987;XVII(4):259.

Improved Preparation of Harris Hematoxylin.

Doris Debidin, F.S.M.T., Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ont., Canada. October 1987;XVII(4):257.

Methods for Staining Rickettsia Rickettsii.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. October 1987;XVII(4):255-257.

Modified Method II for Pancreatic Beta Cell Granules.

Jack W. Wenger, C&E Laboratory, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306. October 1987;XVII(4):258-259.

A Combined Haematoxylin-Giemsa.

Ulrik V. Henriques, M.D., University Institute of Pathology, University of Aarhus, Kommunehospitalet, Aarhus C, Denmark. January 1988;XVIII(1):263-264.

A Useful Haematoxylin Without Toxic Chemicals.

Rob Bosma, Central Lab for National Health in Friesland, Jelsumerstraat 6, 8917 EN Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. January 1988;XVIII(1):265.

Drying and Staining Slides with Microwaves.

Zeanza Owens, Gerald Russe, Thomas Sturm, Sharon Loveless, Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center, Ft. Myers, Florida 33909. January 1988;XVIII(1):265.

Helpful Hints for Microwave Oven Use: More Than Just Staining.

Cheryl H. Crowder, HTL (ASCP), School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803. May/June 1988;XVIII(2):4-5.

Staining Methods for Pneumocystis carinii.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. May/June 1988;XVIII(2):2-4.

Immunohistochemical Staining: Use of Protein-A Peroxidase Conjugate.

Kurt Nauss, HTL (ASCP), Department of Pathology, Howard University Hospital, Washington, D.C. 20059. July/August 1988;XVIII(3):13-14.

Stains Commonly Used in Neuropathology.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20809. July/August 1988;XVIII(3):18-19.

Evaluation of Commercial Hematoxylin for H&E Staining.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879, Elbert Gaffney, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306. Sept/Oct 1988;XVIII(4):34-35.

Methods for Staining Campylobacter Pyloridis.

Terri C. Staples, Baptist Medical Center — Montclair, Birmingham, Alabama 35213. Sept/Oct 1988;XVIII(4):25-28.

Connective Tissue Staining in Glycol Methacrylate Sections.

Marlene D. Castro, B.A., HT (ASCP), Department of Anatomy, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, California 95616. Nov/Dec 1988;XVIII(5):37-38.

Methods for Staining Charcot-Leyden Crystals.

Lee G. Luna, American Histo-Labs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. Nov/Dec 1988;XVIII(5):38-40.

Modified Maynard’s Trichrome Stain for GMA.

James H. Maynard, Department of Pathology, Division of Surgical Pathology, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama 35233. Jan/Feb 1989;XIX(1):53-55.

Solutions to Your Dilutions.

Mae Kelm Lopez, HT/HTL (ASCP), Department of Veterinary Pathology, School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803. March/April 1989;XIX(2):76-79.

A Method for Producing Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Controls.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. Michael V. Slayter, D.V.M., M.P.V.M., Robert Sims, B.S., Division of Pathology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C. 20307-5100. May/June 1989;XX(3):90-91.

Shelf Life of Solutions, Dyes, and Chemicals, a Possible Solution.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. May/June 1989;XX(3):91.

The Osage Orange as a Possible Counterstain.

M.L. Jones, HT (ASCP), CLSp(HT), Histopathology Department, Good Samaritan Hospital and Pathology Associates, Lexington, Kentucky 40508. May/June 1989;XX(3):85-86.

Luna Modification of Shorr’s Stain for Bone and Cartilage.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20789. NSH Convention Issue 1989;XIX(4):101-103.

Ammoniacal Silver Method for Fungi in Undecalcified Bone Marrow Sections.

Charles J. Churukian, B.A., HT, HTL (ASCP), University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY 14642. Mar/Apr 1990;XX(2):163-164.

An Economic Reticulum Stain.

Osvaldo Jose Vilar, Naval Hospital Buenos Aires, 1405 Republica Argentina. Mar/Apr 1990;XX(2):153.

Carcinoma.

Loretta C. Sohn, MS, HTL, Stanley H. Shapiro, MS, Queens Hospital Center, Affiliation of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Jamaica, NY 11432. June/July 1990;XX(3):178-179.

Modified Kluver-Barrera Method for Myelin and Nerve Cells.

Diane L. Sterchi, University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine, Urbana, IL 61801. June/July 1990;XX(3):177-178.

Implementing a Special Stain Program.

Paul Reyes, Washington Adventist Hospital, Takoma, Park, MD 20912. Sept/Oct 1990;XX(4):187-188.

A Warthin-Starry Silver Technique for the Demonstration of Bacillus Piliformis.

Frank Razzaboni, HT (ASCP), Charles River Laboratories, Wilmington, MA 01887. Jan/Feb 1991;XXI(1):214-215.

A New Oxidant For Harris’ Hematoxylin.

Doris Debidin, F.S.M.T., Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C4, Canada. March/April 1991;XXI(2):232.

The Biological Stain Commission — What It Is and How It Functions.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. March/April 1991;XXI(2):238-239.

Three Simple Methods to Reduce the Background of the Counterstain in Immunohistochemical Preparation

Kurt Nauss, Department of Pathology, Howard University, Washington, DC 20059. March/April 1991;XXI(2):229-232.

Gomori/Aldehyde Fuchsin/Trichrome: A Useful Method.

Lee G. Luna and Darryl E. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. May/June 1991;XXI(3):258-259.

Wright-Giemsa Method for Bone Marrow Biopsies.

Bonnie Hempelmann, Phelps County Regional Medical Center, Rolla, MO 65401. January/February 1992;XXII(1):299.

A Modified Alcian Blue H&E Technique for Conjunctival Tissue Samples Collected on Cellulose Acet

Peter Emanuele, Eye Laboratory, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC 20306-6000. July/August 1992;XXII(3):326-327.

Advances in the Staining of Ground Section Hisotology.

Cathy Sanderson and Roy D. Bloebaum, Ph.D., VA Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah 84148. January/February 1993;XXIII(1):1-3.

Classification and References for Staining Procedures for Microorganisms.

Lee G. Luna and Darryl E. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. January/February 1993;XXIII(1):5-7.

Light Green-Picric Acid as an Alternative Counterstain.

Cheryl H. Crowder, BA, HTL (ASCP), Department of Veterinary Pathology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803. Enrique Tenorio, Histopathology Hospital Mexico, San Jose, Costa Rica. January/February 1993;XXIII(1):9-10.

A Simple Method to Rescue Immunohistochemical Preparations Overstained with the AEC Chromogen.

Kurt Nauss, Department of Pathology, Howard University, Washington, DC 20059. Yan-Gao Man, Department of Cell Biology, Hubei Medical College, Wuhan, China. June/July 1993;XXIII(1):32.

Alcian Blue-Basic Fuchsin Stain for Acid Tumor Mucin.

Bill Barlow, Riverside Hospital, Wilmington, DE 19899. June/July 1993;XXIII(1):23.

Verhoeff’s Elastic Stain — Picric Acid Differentiation.

Doris Debidin, FSMT, Pathology Department, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada MG 2C4. June/July 1993;XXIII(1):24.

Differential DNA-RNA Staining of Formalin-Fixed Paraffin Tissue: A Modified Luna-Parker Giemsa Stain

William F. Barlow, HT (ASCP), Riverside Hospital, Wilmington, DE 19802. April 1994;XXIV(2):74-75.

Tyler’s Modification of Glycogen Digestion: A Faster, Simpler, and More Reliable Way to Digest Glyco

Aaron R. Tyler, HM1, US Navy, Histology Supervisor, Naval Hospital, Subbase, New London, Groton, CT 07349. April 1994;XXIV(2):76-77.

Technical Note: A Cost-effective Masson’s Trichrome Stain.

Victor A. Tobias, HT (ASCP), Manager, Tissue Processing Lab, Washington Animal Disease Laboratory, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164. August 1995;XXV(1):10.

The Blank Control Method: A Handy Tip for Using and Filing Control Slides for Special Stains.

Terri L. Braud, HT (ASCP), St. Frances Cabrini Hospital, Department of Pathology, Alexandria, LA. August 1995;XXV(1):10.

Adhesiveless Histologic Staining Techniques.

Reynaldo T. Ruedas, AB, RMT, RT, HT, Riyadh National Hospital, Histology and Cytology Laboratory. March 1996;XXVI(1):1.

Alcian Blue-H&E-Saffron Stain for Gastrointestinal Biopsies.

Terri C. Staples, HT (ASCP), HTL, Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL. March 1996;XXVI(1):2-3.

Microwave Periodic Acid-Methenamine (Jones): Silver Staining of Renal Glomerular Basement Membranes

Stanley H. Shapiro, Department of Histotechnology, Nassau County Medical Center, East Meadow, NY 11554. September 1996;XXVI(2):13.

Immunohistochemical Detection of Helicobacter pylori.

James Burchette, HT (ASCP), Duke University Medical Center, Department of Pathology, Immunopathology Lab, Durhain, NC 27710. March 1997;XXVII(1):1-4.

Oil Red O Staining Artifacts.

Lee G. Luna. September 1997;XXVII(2):26.

Understanding the Iron Stain.

Robert L. Lott, HT (ASCP) HTL, Terri C. Staples, HT (ASCP) HTL, Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL 35213. September 1997;XXVII(2):17.

Every Staining Protocol — Automatically — at Any Time, in Any Order.

Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, May 1998.

Rapid Demonstration of Lipofuscin with Microwave Staining Methods.

Stanley H. Shapiro, MS, Fasahat Wasty, MD, Department of Laboratories and Pathology, Nassau County Medical Center, East Meadow, NY 11554. Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, May 1998.

A Comparison of Staining Methods for Helicobacter pylori.

Kim Rhatigan-Drexler, MA, HTL(ASCP), Histology Supervisor, University Hospital & Medical Center, Stony Brook, NY. Vol. XXX, No. 1, April 1999.

Breaking News…New Weapon in the Fight Against Breast Cancer.

Vinnie Della Speranza, Scientific Editor. Vol. XXX, No. 1, April 1999.

Adapting a Modified Gram Stain for Use in Resin Embedded Tissues.

Robert A. Skinner, HTL(ASCP), Orthopaedic Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 4301 West Markham St. Slot 644, Little Rock, AR 72205. Sandra G. McLaren, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 4301 West Markham St. Slot 644, Little Rock, AR 72205. November 1999;XXXI(2):23.

A Novel Approach for the Demonstration of Amyloid in Thin (2 micron) Sections of Kidney.

Rena Fail, HT (ASCP) and Sandy Self, MD, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC 29425. May 2000;XXXII (1):1.

Elastic Tissue Staining in Human Skin.

Yufeng Yu, MD, Clifford M. Chapman, MS, HTL (ASCP), IQC, Pathology Services, Inc., 640 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02139. May 2000;XXXII(1):12.

The History and Use of Hematoxylin.

Maria G. Singhal, The Methodist Hospital, School of Histotechnology, Houston, Texas. May 2000;XXXII(1):14.

A Modified Movat Pentachrome Stain.

Jeffery S. Silverman, Westbury, New York 11590. November 2000;XXXIII(2):33.

An Anatomic Perspective of Selected Colonic Stains.

Pamela Colony, PhD, HT (ASCP), Program Director of Histotechnology, State University of New York, Cobleskill, NY. November 2000;XXXIII(2):28.

Phenol Myth Unveiled! Were Ziehl-Neelsen and Kinyoun Mistaken?

Vinnie Della Speranza and Rena Fail, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC 29425. November 2000;XXXIII(2):21.

Bone and Cartilage Changes in Osteoarthritis: a Proteoglycan Stain.

V.L. Kalscheur, HT (ASCP), Comparative Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine, Madison, WI 53706, (608) 262-8534, kalschev@svm.vetmed.wisc.edu. May 2001;XXXIV(1):14.

Not All Eosins Are Created Equal.

Vinnie Della Speranza, Scientific Editor. May 2001;XXXIV(1):18.

Old Technology: The Foundation for Today’s Cutting Edge Research.

Robert A. Skinner HTL (ASCP), Research Coordinator, UAMS Center for Orthopaedic Research. William R. Hogue, Research Associate, UAMS Center for Orthopaedic Research. Charlene M. Flahiff, MS, Research Analyst, Duke University Department of Biomedical Engineering. Charles K. Lumpkin, Jr., PhD, Associate Professor, UAMS Department of Pediatrics. UAMS Center for Orthopaedic Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 4301 West Markham Street, Mail Slot 644, Little Rock, AR 72205, (501) 686-6292, skinnerroberta@uams.edu. May 2001;XXXIV(1):1.

A Field of Poppies.

Richard W. Dapson, PhD, Anatech Ltd. November 2001;XXXIV(2):25.

A Simple Method to Demonstrate H pylori and Mast Cells.

Rena Fail, AS, HT(ASCP), Medical University of South Carolina. November 2001;XXXIV(2):32.

Helicobacter pylori Stain Using Diff-Quik Solution as a Counterstain.

Kevin Ernst, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Jacksonville, FL. May 2002;XXXV(1):18.

Comparison of Seven Antibody Dilution Buffers for Immunohistochemistry.

Rosalba Tamayo, HT(ASCP), Karen Petrosyan, MD, Impath Inc., Los Angeles, CA. May 2002;XXXV(1):5.

Prolonged Storage of Antibody Stock Solutions for Immunohistochemistry: A Three-Year Study.

Marilyn E. Beissenherz, HT(ASCP), J.A. Ramos-Vara, DVM, PhD, ECVP, Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, University of Missouri-Columbia. May 2002;XXXV(1):12.

Use of Commercially Clarified Methyl Green in the Methyl Green-Pyronin Stain.

Joyce C. Hrad, HTL, Dept. of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Mayo Medical Center, Rochester, MN. May 2002;XXXV(1):19.

Techniques for the Detection of Cytomegalovirus.

Bilques Bhatti, BS, HTL, QIHC, Gwendolyn Lusk, BS, HT, Histopathology Laboratory, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX. December 2002;XXXV(2):25.

Enhanced Detection of Microorganisms in Tissue.

Herbert Skip Brown, BA, HT(ASCP), Lab Management Consultants, St. Louis, MO. May 2003;XXXVI(1):12.

Remembrances of Opportunities Lost.

Jules M. Elias, PhD, Professor Emeritus, HSC, Stony Brook, SUNY, Visiting Professor, College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, OR. May 2003;XXXVI(1):4.

A Novel Approach to Combined Deparaffinization and Antigen Retrieval for IHC.

Gary Ferguson, MT(ASCP); Terri Meetze, MT(ASCP)I; William Armstrong, MD; John B. Carter, MD; Ervin B. Shaw, MD, Lexington Medical Center, West Columbia, SC. December 2003;XXXVI(2):25.

Controls for the Immunohistochemical Staining of Cytology Samples.

Ethel Macrea, Ventana Medical Systems, Tucson, AZ. December 2003;XXXVI(2):30.

The Gram-Twort Method: A Superior Stain for Bacteria.

Rena Fail, HT(ASCP), Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. December 2003;XXXVI(2):34.

Troubleshooting Techniques for Bielschowsky Silver Stain for Senile Plaques and Neurofibrillary Tang

LuAnn Anderson, HT(ASCP), Colleen Forster, HT(ASCP), QIHC, University of Minnesota, Division of Neuropathology, Minneapolis, MN. December 2003;XXXVI(2):27.

Immunohistochemical Staining Techniques to Demonstrate Treponema pallidum Spirochetes.

Hazel Dalton, BA, HT, QIHC (ASCP), Lydia Shanks, HT (ASCP), Roxanne Walden, BS, HTL, QIHC (ASCP), University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Medical Center, Houston, TX. May 2004;XXXVII(1):14.

A Brief Review of Alzheimer’s Disease by Using Conventional Silver Staining Procedures.

Alicia A. Zuniga, CLS, HTL (ASCP); Patricia Gonzalez, BS, HT; Antonio Fernandez, MD. School of Natural and Health Sciences, Barry University, Miami Shores, FL. December 2004;XXXVII(2):21.

Alcian Blue-H&E-Metanil Yellow Stain for Diagnosing Barrett’s Esophagus.

Wendi Edgett, BS, HTL (ASCP). Genesys Regional Medical Center, Health Park Campus, Grand Blanc, MI. December 2004;XXXVII(2):35.

Combined UCHL-1/PASH Staining in the Diagnosis of Renal Transplant Rejection.

Ranjitha Veerappan, MD; Lou Ellen Miller, HT (ASCP); Piyush Joshi, MD; George A. Youngberg, MD. Pathology Department, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. December 2004;XXXVII(2):25.

Chromic Acid-Schiff Stain for Fungi.

Vinnie Della Speranza, MS, HTL(ASCP); Rena Fail, HT(ASCP). Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. December 2005;XXXVIII(2):35.

Comparison of Rabbit Monoclonal Antibodies to Their Mouse Monoclonal Analogs.

Frank Yuan, Tim Morken. Lab Vision Corporation, Fremont, CA. December 2005;XXXVIII(2):28.

Orthochromatic and Metachromatic Action of Toluidine Blue: Application in the Staining of Mohs Micro

Marie Tudisco, HT(ASCP), Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY. May 2006;XXXIX(1):15.

Trichrome—Three Colors, Six Ways.

Marian Levchinsky, Linda Suarez, Errin Roberts, Emily Yandl, Sue Ryan, Department of Pathology, Genzyme Corporation, Framingham, MA. December 2006;XXXIX(2):41.

The Technical, Clinical, and Financial Benefits of Multiantigen Immunostaining (MAIS) Procedures.

Joseph Myers, MS, CT(ASCP), Biocare, Concord, CA. December 2006;XXXIX(2):25.

Pigments and Minerals.

Charles J. Churukian, BA, HTL(ASCP), Special Stains Laboratory, Department of Pathology, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. December 2006;XXXIX(2):30.

High Temperature Water Bath Antigen Retrieval

Jim Bruchette, HT(ASCP); Duke University Health System, Molecular Pathology Immunopathology Laboratory, Durham, NC. December 2007;XL(2):35.

Nile Red Staining as a Sentinel Screen for Phospholipids

Daine L. Pecht, Deborah A. Litz, Carla L. Bregman, Stephen K. Durham, Mark G. Mense; Departments of Pathology and Drug Safety Evaluation, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Syracuse, NY. December 2007;XL(2):25.

Technical Methodology in the Processing of Melanocytic Lesions in the Mohs Laboratory

Amanda P. Finney, BS; Carlette M. Geddis, BS, HTL(ASCP); Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. December 2007;XL(2):32.

Tissue Microarray Controls to Demonstrate Connective Tissue Components

Yan Cai*, Zhongqiu Guo*, Aruna Kola*, Hazel Dalton*, Mark Bailey*, Sharon LeBlanc+; *University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Sciences, Program in Histotechnology; +Baylor College of Medicine, Breast Center, Houston, TX. December 2007;XL(2):28.

Automating a Reticular Fiber Stain: Challenges and Benefits

Linda Suarez, Errin Roberts, Emily Yandl, Romy Dajie, Eleanor Peterson, Sue Ryan, Genzyme Corporation, Framingham, MA. May 2008;XLI(1):8.

Reclaiming Maximum Antigenicity From Previously Stained Samples: a Recapture Method for Immunohistoc

Kristen Tomasso, Bobbie Boyce, Carol Barone, Nemours-A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DE. May 2008;XLI(1):5.

Lectin Histochemistry: An Alternative to Immunohistochemistry for Identifying Specific Structures in

Linda Watson, Jeff Vassallo, Glenn Cantor, Lois Lehman-McKeeman, Department of Discovery Toxicology, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ. December 2008;XLI(2):28.

Large Mount Trichrome Method for Quantification of Ischemic Tissue in a Porcine Cardiac Model

Angela L. Smith, HT(ASCP); Matthew D.Gallovic, BS; Stephen L. Smith, PhD; Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Deerfield, IL. June 2009;XLII(1):10.

Picro-Sirius Red Dye, Polarization, and Collagenous Tissue

Vicki Kalscheur, HT(ASCP); Jessica Riehl, BA; Comparative Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine, Madison, WI. June 2009;XLII(1):16.

Dyeing to Be Safe

Maureen Doran, HTL(ASCP); Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Histology Center, Carbondale, IL. June 2009;XLII(1):14.

Recent Hematoxylin Shortage and Evaluation of Commercially Available Substitutes

Ashley Groover, BS; Carlette Geddis, BS, HTL(ASCP); Amanda Finney, BS; Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. June 2009;XLII(1):1.

After 24 Years in Formalin, It Should Be Fixed

Robert A. Skinner, HTL(ASCP)*; William T. Bellamy, PhD+; Frances L. Swain, HT(ASCP)*; Larry J. Suva, PhD*; *Center for Orthopaedic Research, +Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR. June 2009;XLII(1):6.

Saffron—A Natural Dye of Uncommon Significance

Mary Faith Encarnacion, Histotechnology Student, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. June 2010;XLIII(1):22.

Dermatopathology: All Skin Specimens Are Not the Same

Clifford M. Chapman, MS, HTL(ASCP)QIHC, Technical Director, Strata Pathology Services, Inc., Lexington, MA. December 2010;XLIII(2):34.

Optimization of the Automated Periodic Acid-Schiff Hematoxylin (PASH) Stain for Spermatozoal Acrosom

Pamela Mercer, HT(ASCP); Leslie Duncan, HT(ASCP); Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Research and Development, Department of Pathology, Mount Vernon, IN. December 2010;XLIII(2):43.

Histological and Histochemical Staining of Sections Using an Inverted Vial Device

Salah Deeb, PhD*; Khalid Mazhar, PhD†; Nesreen Safwat, BVSc*; *Department of Pathology;†Department of Histology; Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Beni-Suef, Egypt. June 2011;XLIV(1):18.

Optimization of a Fast Schiff Reaction for Tissue Staining

Sarah E. Cockrell, BS, HT(ASCP); Lois G. Boykin, BS, HT(ASCP); Jorge A. Almenara, PhD; VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA. June 2011;XLIV(1):20.

Optimization of Automated Staining Procedures for Gomori Iron and Schmorl Reaction for Lipofuscin Us

Pamela Mercer, HT(ASCP); Julie Stevens, AAS, BS; Cecilia Nelson, Summer Intern; Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Research and Development, Department of Pathology, Mt. Vernon, IN. December 2011;XLIV(2):25.

Fast Green FCF or Ehrlich’s Hematoxylin as Counterstain to Periodic Acid-Schiff Reaction: A Comparat

Ekele Ikpegbu, DVM; Uchenna Nlebedum, DVM; Okechukwu Nnadozie, DVM; Isaiah Agbakwuru, HND; Department of Veterinary Anatomy, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria. December 2011;XLIV(2):29.

Modified Movat Stain Is Efficient and Cost-effective

Sol B. Crisostomo, HTL(ASCP), MT (AMT), BS; Linda McDonald, HT(ASCP); Carmela D. Tan, MD; Department of Anatomic Pathology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH. June 2012;XLV(1):14.

Dazzling Color in the Land of the Inca: A Centuries-old Dye Still Important in Histology Today

Wanda K. Simons, HT(ASCP), Athens Gastroenterology Association, Athens, GA. January 2014;XLVI(2):21.

ID Gram Stain: A Modified Brown-Hopps Method for Gram-positive and Gram-negative Bacteria

William Barlow, HT(ASCP), The Institute of Dermatopathology, Quest Laboratories, Newtown Square, PA. January 2014;XLVI(2):36.

Unusual Exogenous Pigmentation in Frontal Gingiva: A Brief Case Report

Vinnie Della Speranza, MS, HTL(ASCP), Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. January 2014;XLVI(2):40.

An Unusual Presentation of Histoplasma capsulatum in the Colon: A Case Study

Kayla L. Weaver, MAT, PA-C Athens Gastroenterology Association Athens, GA. June 2015; Vol. XLVII, No. 1