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staining

The application of a liquid dye solution to a porous surface to impart color.
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Thus, this technique allowed the vital dye staining and the capture of images in all examined corneas.
Different techniques are being used to detect axillary SLN's intraoperatively, including vital dyes like isosulfan blue, methylene blue, and patent blue dye, as well as various pharmaceuticals that make lymph nodes visible and easily detectable.
After a 14-day incubations, 3D structures were assessed for collagen and non-collagenous protein deposit following stain with Sirius Red and Fast Green (Chondrex, Redmond, WA), respectively with the MCF10A cells labeled with nuclear vital dye.
This analysis quantified the five major anthocyanins in the vital dye of the acai fruit in the three tested concentrations based on the retention time by area shown in the chromatographs (Figures 3(a)-3(c)).
(c) MSCs that were nontreated prior to coincubation with rat myocytes did not display cardiac phenotypes, as indicated by cells that exhibited only the red vital dye (arrowheads).
Vital dyes have been used both diagnostically and surgically by various specialists, including oncologists, when performing cataract and vitreoretinal surgery.
(24-36) These techniques are broadly classified as involving (1) the use of a radiotracer, (2) the use of a vital dye, and (3) the use of both together.
In some experiments, to confirm the injection site, the vital dye methylene blue was included in the carrier solution.
These vital dyes have made staining and peeling of ILM very easy and relatively safe in modern vitreoretinal surgery.12,13 Since there has been no local study to evaluate the results of inverted ILM peel in large macular holes, we attempted to assess the outcome in our local settings and share our experience regarding this technique.