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Golgi-Cox Staining Step by Step.

Zaqout S, Kaindl AM - Front Neuroanat (2016)

Bottom Line: Golgi staining remains a key method to study neuronal morphology in vivo.Since most protocols delineating modifications of the original staining method lack details on critical steps, establishing this method in a laboratory can be time-consuming and frustrating.Here, we describe the Golgi-Cox staining in such detail that should turn the staining into an easily feasible method for all scientists working in the neuroscience field.

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Affiliation: Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology, Charité - Universitätsmedizin BerlinBerlin, Germany; Center for Chronically Sick Children (Sozialpädiatrisches Zentrum, SPZ), Charité - Universitätsmedizin BerlinBerlin, Germany.

ABSTRACT
Golgi staining remains a key method to study neuronal morphology in vivo. Since most protocols delineating modifications of the original staining method lack details on critical steps, establishing this method in a laboratory can be time-consuming and frustrating. Here, we describe the Golgi-Cox staining in such detail that should turn the staining into an easily feasible method for all scientists working in the neuroscience field.

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Developing step. After drying the sections, they are transferred to staining racks (A,B) and developed as described in the manuscript text (C).
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Figure 4: Developing step. After drying the sections, they are transferred to staining racks (A,B) and developed as described in the manuscript text (C).

Mentions: Using common histological staining boxes, the racks with slides are dehydrated and developed as follows (Figure 4):


Golgi-Cox Staining Step by Step.

Zaqout S, Kaindl AM - Front Neuroanat (2016)

Developing step. After drying the sections, they are transferred to staining racks (A,B) and developed as described in the manuscript text (C).
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Figure 4: Developing step. After drying the sections, they are transferred to staining racks (A,B) and developed as described in the manuscript text (C).
Mentions: Using common histological staining boxes, the racks with slides are dehydrated and developed as follows (Figure 4):

Bottom Line: Golgi staining remains a key method to study neuronal morphology in vivo.Since most protocols delineating modifications of the original staining method lack details on critical steps, establishing this method in a laboratory can be time-consuming and frustrating.Here, we describe the Golgi-Cox staining in such detail that should turn the staining into an easily feasible method for all scientists working in the neuroscience field.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology, Charité - Universitätsmedizin BerlinBerlin, Germany; Center for Chronically Sick Children (Sozialpädiatrisches Zentrum, SPZ), Charité - Universitätsmedizin BerlinBerlin, Germany.

ABSTRACT
Golgi staining remains a key method to study neuronal morphology in vivo. Since most protocols delineating modifications of the original staining method lack details on critical steps, establishing this method in a laboratory can be time-consuming and frustrating. Here, we describe the Golgi-Cox staining in such detail that should turn the staining into an easily feasible method for all scientists working in the neuroscience field.

No MeSH data available.