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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Slides put in different stains for 15 minutes and five slides colored with giemsa stain in order to compare it with the pigments used in this study.
Caption: Figure 1: Fecal smears from a 6-month-old female Maine Coon cat with chronic liquid diarrhea stained with Lugol's solution (a-c) and Giemsa stain (d-f); (a) and (d) showed Giardia duodenalis trophozoite; (b) and (e) showed a Giardia duodenalis cyst; (c) and (f) showed drop-shaped trichomonads (630x).
After rinsing with running distilled water, Giemsa stain (7.
Laboratory culture, gram, and giemsa stain of the discharge may be obtained to determine organism and antibiotic sensitivity; however, many diagnoses of conjunctivitis are based on history and physical examination findings (Farina & Mazarin, 2006).
Petroleum ether, ethyl acetate, dimethyl sulphoxide, carbon dioxide, methanol, acetic acid, disodium hydrogen phosphate, monosodium dihydrogen phosphate, Wright's giemsa stain, silica gel (60-120), Tris-HCl, ethylenediaminetetracetic acid (EDTA), sodium chloride (NaCl), sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS), ammonium acetate was purchased from Sisco Research Laboratory Pvt.
A Giemsa stain can document mast cells on skin biopsy.
Slides were treated with trypsin and Giemsa stain for G-band analysis following the method of Baker et al.
015 M citric acid) at 60 [degrees] C for 1 h before transferring them to the staining solution containing 4% solution of Giemsa stain (v/v) in phosphate buffer for 12 min.
Trichomoniasis was isolated in 18 cases by using Kupferberg medium, 16 cases by Wet mount, 13 by Pap smear and 8 by Giemsa stain.