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What is the most common stain?

H&E.

Hematoxylin and Eosin

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What does hematoxylin stain?

It is basic and stains acids purple/blue

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What does eosin stain?

It is acidic and stains proteins pink

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What are Gram stains used for?

Bacteria

5

What are the color of Gram stains?

- yellow

+ purple/pink

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What are Periodic acid–Schiff stains used for?

Fungi/glycogen

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What are the color of Periodic acid–Schiff stains?

- light pink

+ magenta

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What are Grocott's methenamine silver stains used for?

Fungi

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What are the color of Grocott's methenamine silver stains?

- green

+ black

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What are Acid Fast stains used for?

Mycobacteria/Actinomyces

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What are the color of Acid Fast stains?

- blue

+ red

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What are immunohistochemical stains?

They use Ab in conjunction with enzymes that react and produce color to stain cells.

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Neutrophils

14

Lymphocytes

15

Eosinophils

16

Plasma Cells

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What stain is this?

Acid Fast

18

What stain is this?

PAS

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What stain is this?

GMS

20

What stain is this?

Gram

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Mitosis

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What stain is this?

Immunohistochemical Stain

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What tissue is this?

Nerve

24

What tissue is this?

Blood Vessels

25

What tissue is this?

Muscle

26

What tissue is this?

Fibrous Connective Tissue

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What tissue is this?

Adipose

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What tissue is this?

Glandular

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