cresyl


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cre·syl

 (krē′sĭl)
n.
See tolyl.

cresyl

(ˈkrɛsɪl)
n
the univalent radical of cresol
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The sections were deparaffinized in xylene, rehydrated in decreasing concentrations of ethanol (absolute up to 70%), followed by water, and finally either subjected to routine hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stain, Kluver-Barrera method (with cresyl violet counterstaining--a classic nucleic acid stain for highlighting the soma), Weil's stain (usually used for detecting myelin), and, finally, to Bielschowsky's silver stain (for highlighting neuronal fibers).
The special stains for amyloid are triphenyl methane dyes, methyl and cresyl violet for demonstration of metachromasia, PAS, the substantive cotton dyes Congo red, Scarlet red, Dylon and Cardinal red.
Approximately 5-[micro]m thick spinal cord sections were stained with cresyl violet, and kidney sections were stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
Golf balls or inclusion bodies can be observed in most of the RBCs after treating with staining dyes such as methylene blue or brilliant cresyl blue.
Each medial prefrontal cortex was excised, processed routinely and stained with the haematoxylin and eosin, and cresyl fast violet stains.
On-spot brilliant cresyl blue staining in fine needle aspiration, a novel technique for cytological diagnosis.
Peripheral blood films were examined after staining with Leishmann stain and a brilliant cresyl blue stained preparation was also examined in all cases for reticulocyte percentage.
Cresyl violet solution was obtained from Fluka (USA).
FBC and reticulocyte count (automated Sysmex XE 5000, analyser; Sysmex Incorporated, Japan), blood smears for microscopy (automated Sysmex 1000i slide maker and stainer; Sysmex Incorporated, Japan), and reticulocyte preparation for microscopy (2-hour incubation with 1% Brilliant Cresyl Blue supravital stain; National Health Laboratory Service, South Africa).
Histological staining with Cresyl Violet acetate was used to evaluate extent of the LHb lesion.