Giemsa stain


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Giemsa stain

[′gēm·sə ‚stān]
(chemistry)
A stain for hemopoietic tissue and hemoprotozoa consisting of a stock glycerol methanol solution of eosinates of Azure B and methylene blue with some excess of the basic dyes.
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B and C, Representative cytology with modified Giemsa stain shows pleomorphic tumor cells consistent with anaplastic thyroid carcinoma.
Parasitaemia was determined using blood smears stained with Giemsa stain from mice (Fig.
Giemsa stain of digestive tubule tissue from oysters in the anoxic treatment group from the 24-h, 48-h, and 60-h anoxia exposure intervals showed bacterial infiltration of digestive tubule hunens and the surrounding Leydig tissue (Fig.
Further, the slides were stained with Wright's giemsa stain and then subjected to microscopic observation.
The hyalinized mucinous material stains green with the Papanicolaou stain and stains pink, with a fibrillary radial appearance, with modified Giemsa stains.
The development of the parasites was checked on the third day of treatment, by the examination of three cover slips for each treatment, after staining with Giemsa stain.
There are many methods described for staining blood films for malaria diagnosis, including Giemsa stain (20-30 min), Leishman stain (45 min), and the rapid Field stain method (10 sec) (5).
The DuetTM had previously received FDA clearance for Hematopoietic cells stained by Giemsa stain, Immunohistochemistry or ISH (with bright field and fluorescent) prepared from cell suspension, amniotic cells stained by FISH (using direct labeled DNA probes for chromosomes X, Y, 13, 18 and 21) and for cells in urine specimens, stained by FISH using the Vysis UroVysionTM Bladder Cancer Recurrence Kit for chromosomes 3, 7, 17 and 9p21 locus, from subjects with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder.
Peripheral blood smear was stained with Giemsa stain and the parasitic count was 8000/[micro]l.