1. Cut 2 frozen sections.
2. Fix in 10% formal calcium.
3. Wash in water.
4. Rinse in 60% T.E.P. (triethyl phosphate).
5. Stain in filtered oil red o for 10-15 minutes.
6. Rinse in 60% T.E.P.
7. Rinse in water.
8. Stain nuclei with Mayers haematoxylin for 1 minute. (N.B. do not
9. Blue in tap water.
10. Mount in aqueous mountant. (glycerin jelly).
Treat one section with a 50:50 acetone/xylene mixture for 5 minutes, wash in water then continue as from step 4.
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