Romanowsky Stains- Principle, Types, Applications

Romanowsky Stains

What are the Romanowsky Stains? Romanowsky Stains are the stains that are used in hematology and cytological studies, to differentiate cells in microscopic examinations of blood and bone marrow samples. These stains are also applied to detect the presence of parasites in the blood such as malaria parasites. There are various Romanowsky staining types that apply the same principle. They …

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Giemsa Stain- Principle, Procedure, Results, Interpretation

Giemsa Stain- Principle, Procedure, Results, Interpretation

Introduction Giemsa stain was a name adopted from a Germany Chemist scientist, for his application of a combination of reagents in demonstrating the presence of parasites in malaria. It belongs to a group of stains known as Romanowsky stains. These are neutral stains made up of a mixture of oxidized methylene blue, azure, and Eosin Y and they performed on …

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