1. Sections to water.
2. Treat with iron alum for 5 minutes.
3. Wash water.
4. Stain with mayers haematoxylin for 1 minute, differentiate if necessary.
5. Blue in tap water.
6. Rinse in alcohol.
7. Stain with 0.2% orange g in alcoholic picric acid for 5 minutes
8. blot dry.
9. Stain with brilliant crystal scarlet solution for 3 minutes.
10. Wash in water.
11. Treat with phosphotungstic acid until the connective tissue appears pink/colourless approx 20-30 seconds.
12. Wash in water.
13. Stain with 1% aniline blue in 2% acetic acid for 2 seconds
14. Dehydrate, clear . Mount sections in DPX
--Early fibrin may be yellow
--Very old fibrin may be blue
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