Papanicolaou's stains

Papanicolaou's stains

[‚pä·pə′nēk·ə‚lau̇z ‚stān]
(chemistry)
A group of stains used on exfoliated cells, particularly those from the vagina, for examination and diagnosis.
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After completion of the procedure, hematoxylin and eosin (H&E; Loba Chemie), May Grunwald Giemsa (MGG; BTL), and Papanicolaou's stains (prepared in laboratory using EA 36 LG Reidel, Bismarck Brown BDH Glaxo Lab, OG-6 Loba Chemie Merck) were conducted as per protocol.