Giemsa stain

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Giem·sa stain

n. coloración de Giemsa, usada en frotis de sangre en análisis microscópicos.
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To characterize the hemocytes, three staining techniques, Giemsa, Wright and Hemacolor stain on hemolymph smears were used, from which hyalinocytes, granulocytes, acidophilic and basophilic cells were distinguished.
Rather, it is Giemsa, named after Gustav Giemsa, who was the head of the Department of Chemistry at the Institute of Maritime and Tropical Diseases in Hamburg, Germany.
Se utilizo la tecnica de coloracion de Giemsa para determinar la presencia de Hp.
The initial Giemsa stains were suggestive of leishmaniasis, and isoenzyme analysis of the culture performed at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed growth of Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis, Dr.
Slides were air dried and stained with Giemsa for standard karyotypes.
Sections were stained with Giemsa, iron hematoxylin, or with an anti-coagulogen antibody, to identify amebocytes.
Malaria is diagnosed by examining a blood smear stained with a 3% Giemsa solution or with a Wright-Giemsa stain if available.
Luego se lavaron las laminas con agua de la llave, se pasaron por agua destilada, se dejaron secar a temperatura ambiente y se tineron con Giemsa 1.
Lung biopsies were obtained from the three hospitalized patients; Giemsa stained tissue from the lung biopsy of one of the patients suggested the presence of H.
Purple coloured intracytoplasmic inclusions in epithelial cells were confirmative with Giemsa stain.
Tzanck smear was taken from each patient at presentation and stained by Giemsa stain for giant cells and evaluated by histopathologist.
The air dried slides were stained by May-Grunwald Giemsa (MGG), and wet fixed by haematoxylin and eosin (HandE).