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eosin

[′ē·ə·sən]
(organic chemistry)
C20H8O5Br4
A red fluorescent dye in the form of triclinic crystals that are insoluble in water; used chiefly in cosmetics and as a toner. Also known as bromeosin; bromo acid; eosine; tetrabromofluorescein.
The red to brown crystalline sodium or potassium salt of this dye; used in organic pigments, as a biological stain, and in pharmaceuticals.
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The cytoplasm of these cells appears basophilia and stains with eosin and their nucleus are elongated near to basal surface (Shown as Figure 3A and B).
dead sperm will appear colorless with the Eosin procedure because they can extrude the eosin dye.
The researcher was able to stain the prepared slides with Eosin Y.
0 nm in size; therefore, covalently bound eosin will be in close proximity to one of the four heme units (14).
The illustrated chapters include fixation and processing, microtomy, frozen sections, hematoxylin and eosin, Gram stain, myobacteria, Heliobacter pylori, spirochetes, fungi, trichrome stains, reticulin, elastin stains, basement membranes, mucin stains, amyloid, and immunohistochemistry.
For morphological studies of the in vivo transplanted cancer cells, the tissues were stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
Upon hematoxylin and eosin tissue staining, rats fed the chow diet and given repeated alcohol binges showed minimal steatosis, while rats fed the [choline-deprived] diet and given repeated whisky binges showed periportal and pericentral microvesicular steatosis.
Candidal organisms are generally identifiable on conventional hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) slides (figure 3, A).
Samples were then embedded in paraffin wax, sectioned at 5 [micro]m, mounted, and stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
Rose Bengal is a red, xanthene dye (including other members like phloxine b, erythrosine, and eosin yellow) that produces reactive, singlet oxygen when exposed to light.
Three sections were taken from each node, at the 30-, 60-, and 90-[micro] levels, and were stained with routine hematoxylin and eosin.
0 cm who underwent laser photocoagulation therapy The women subsequently had a lumpectomy or mastectomy permitting pathologic correlation between MRI indications of ablation success and cell death as determined by tissue staining with hematoxylin and eosin and proliferating cell nuclear antigen.