and Eosin stain, B & E- G (scale bar=100 [micro]m).
and eosin staining shows a low-power view with a nest of invasive adenocarcinoma into the pericolic adipose tissue.
Caption: Figure 5: Paraffin sections stained by haematoxylin
and eosin (H&E) x400 for histomorphometry examination of brain (cerebrum) tissues of rats as follows.
The retinas were stained with haematoxylin
and eosin staining.
On the rapid conversion of Haematoxylin
into haematein in staining reactions.
Treatment with aloin (0.75 pM) prevented multinuclear formation (haematoxylin
and eosin staining), reduced intracellular TRAP content (TRAP Staining) and increased F4/80 content (F4/80 immunohistochemistry) in RANKL (20 ng/ml) treated RAW cells.
 The granulomatous appearance on haematoxylin
eosin staining is that of connective tissue with dense mononuclear infiltrate (Fig.
Multiple tissue sections were embedded from different parts and were stained with haematoxylin
staining was used as far back as 1758 on plant tissues; and after more than a century of medical use, the Haematoxylin/Eosin, or "H&E" staining pair, continues as a first choice mainstay to this day, recognizable to even many non-specialists.)
Sections of about 6 m thickness were cut, dewaxed in xylene, hydrated in series of descending ethanol concentration and routinely stained with haematoxylin
and eosin (Wilson and Gamble, 2005).
The use of light microscopy alone does not identify all substances on examination of a Haematoxylin
and Eosin (H&E) stained section of tissue.
The examination of formalin-fixed tissues with haematoxylin
and eosin staining has been the diagnostic method of choice, showing cryptosporidians as 2.0-7.5[micro]m basophilic bodies within the brush border of the epithelial cells (SRETER & VARGA, 2000).