carbolfuchsin

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carbolfuchsin

[‚kär‚bäl′fyük·sən]
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A solution of fuchsin, phenol, alcohol, and water; used as a stain in the identification of bacteria.
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The smears were stained with ZN method using 1% carbol fuchsin, 25% sulphuric acid and 0.
All specimens were smeared on clean scratch-free new glass slides and stained by carbol fuchsin, the classic Z-N stain, which requires heating.
Briefly, Smears were fixed using absolute methanol and were stained by carbol fuchsin solution for 15 min.
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The RNTCP recommend 1% Carbol Fuchsin (CF) as primary staining reagent, 25% sulphuric acid ([H.
Aerospray stainers are dual-purpose staining and cell preparation systems for staining hematology smears with water-based or methanol-based stains, or TB smears with carbol fuchsin or fluorescence stains.
Heine technique of negative staining uses carbol fuchsin for staining the stool smear.
It is an acid-fast bacillus and retains carbol fuchsin even when it is decolorized by acid alcohol (because of the presence of the long chain fatty acids called mycolic acids in the cell wall).
It is stained with 1% carbol fuchsin and heated until steam starts rising, allowed to stand for 5 min and then rinsed with water.
The primary stain for this technique is carbol fuchsin, and the secondary stain is malachite green while the molecular basis of Gimenez staining remains to be determined, it is known that the basic dye carbol fuchsin is retained by the acid fast bacteria, typically mycobacteria, which have a complex envelope composed of glycolipids and glycopeptido lipids (16).
And the meristematic tissue of root tips were dyed by carbol fuchsin and used for cytological observation.