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Field Stain

Field Stain

Field stain is a histological method for staining of blood smears. It is used for staining thick blood films in order to discover malarial parasites. Field’s stain is a version of a Romanowsky stain, used for rapid processing of the specimens. Principle: Field’s stains contain methylene blue and eosin. These basic and acidic dyes induce several colours when applied to cells. The fixator, methanol, does not allow any additional changes to the slide. The basic component of peripheral white blood cell( cytoplasm) is stained with acid dye and […]

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