Periodic Acid-Schiff (PAS) Staining

Periodic Acid-Schiff (PAS) Staining

What is Periodic Acid-Schiff (PAS) Staining? Periodic-Acid Schiff (PAS) staining technique is used in histochemistry and histological studies to demonstrate the presence of carbohydrates and carbohydrate compounds such as polysaccharides, mucin, glycogen, and fungal cell wall components. It has been … Read more

Negative staining of Viruses

Negative staining of Viruses

What is the Negative staining of Viruses? Staining techniques are designed to show contrast under microscopic observation. The staining of viruses is done to increase the contrast between the virus and the background. The use of an electron microscope intensifies … Read more

Collagen Hybridizing Peptide Staining

Collagen Hybridizing Peptide Staining

What is Collagen Hybridizing Peptide Staining? Collagen is the major building block of all tissues including tendon, ligament, cornea, cartilage, and bone It is a fibrous, structural protein that made up of a right-handed bundle of three parallel, left-handed polyproline II-type … Read more

Iron-Hematoxylin Staining

Iron-Hematoxylin Staining

What is Iron-Hematoxylin Staining? This is a traditional staining technique commonly used for the detection of intestinal protozoans majorly because of its permanence and ability to demonstrate, observe, and quantify with high clarity protozoans nuclear structures. Iron hematoxylin was the stain used … Read more

Auramine- Rhodamine Staining

Auramine- Rhodamine Staining

What is Auramine- Rhodamine Staining? The evolution in staining methodologies has led to an era of modified staining techniques that are rapid, more versatile, and reliable in result interpretation. This is one of those techniques which was modified from the … Read more