From Histological Sections

1. Deparaffinize sections through two changes each of xylene, absolute alcohol, and 95% alcohol.

2. Rinse well in distilled water.

3. Place slides for 5-10 min in freshly made up bleaching solution, consisting of 25 mL hydrogen peroxide 3%, 25 mL acetone, and 1 drop ammonium hydroxide.

4. Wash well in running tap water and distilled water.

5. Stain as desired.

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