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(histology) the use of a dye to color specimens for microscopic study

the act of spotting or staining something

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The serial steps of staining procedure included 1) smear formation of semen, 2) fixation of smear in carnoy's solution (methanol: glacial acetic acid in 3: 1), 3) incubation in tampon solution (0.
Leishman stain: Air dried FNAC smears were kept on the staining tray, and Leishman stain was poured in a manner similar for blood smear staining.
Kinyoun and Fluorescent staining using Auramine O and Rhodamine B are better staining techniques in the detection of AFB than Ziehl Neelsen Staining.
2] approaches were stained by ZN staining and reverse ZN (RZN) staining techniques with hypothesis that there is no change in smear positivity with RZN staining technique.
put one drop from Ldonovani culture on clean dry glass slides and making thin smearing, left to dry then fixed with put one drop from absolute methanol and left to dry till staining.
For staining, the slides must be placed on a staining slide rack over the sink with the smeared side uppermost.
Traditionally, concrete staining was achieved with solvent-based reactive acid stains.
1) to compare sensitivity of negative staining techniques using various stains such as malachite green, crystal violet, and methylene blue for rapid detection of oocysts of Cryptosporidium, Cyclospora, and Cystoisospora;
A widely used procedure for staining arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization in root tissues was developed by Phillips and Hayman (1970) using trypan blue.
11,12) The nuclear-staining pattern of basal cell nuclei of benign glands by p63, and the cytoplasmic staining pattern of P504S, in prostatic carcinoma makes the use of a single-color P504S/p63 cocktail stain possible.
The staining of wood with solvent-borne stains is an important part of the finishing of furniture, and in 2009 over 2.
Water-based wood stains tend to raise the grain of the wood, so you'll need to sand the wood after staining it if you want a smooth finish.
Immunohistochemical staining can assist in making a diagnosis of PLGA, as 90% of cells stain positively with S-100 protein and epithelial membrane antigen (EMA).
When staining exterior wood decks, semi-transparent oil-based stains are generally a better choice.
Additional investigation into the staining properties of Brucella spp.