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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Giemsa staining was performed by diluting the stain in distilled water at 1:2 ratio (1 ml of Giemsa and 2 ml of distilled water) using a Pasteur pipette.
VOBs appeared as polyhedral and negatively stained particles after Giemsa staining.
However, they are morphologically dissimilar from the inclusions in this case in that they are round, larger, and stain intensely in a giemsa film (5).
Although CytoSpin is used most commonly for CSF preparations, the modified Giemsa and Pap stains may both offer advantages, (7) and many laboratories may want to use both stains to maximize diagnostic yield.
The smears were air dried and fixed by heating for Gram's staining and Kinyoun staining and with alcohol for Giemsa stain.
El frotis de la lesion y la coloracion con Giemsa, constituyen procedimientos faciles y rapidos pero son de mayor ayuda cuando hay un numero considerables de amastigotes.
The sensitivity of Giemsa's stain (10 of 28) for chlamydia is 35% to Rapid Kit method and PCR Assay method in our study.
Kontrol amaciyla hazirlanip incelenen Giemsa ile boyali kalin damla orneklerinde P.
The fluid was analyzed by Gram, Giemsa, and acid-resistant bacilli (ARB) staining, culture, and cytology examination.