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Giemsa Stain

Giemsa stain is a type of Romanowsky stain, named after Gustav Giemsa, a German chemist who created a dye solution. It was primarily designed for the demonstration of malarial parasites in blood smears, but it is also employed in histology for routine examination of blood smear. Principle: Giemsa stain is a differential stain and contains a mixture of Azure, Methylene blue, and Eosin dye. It is specific for the phosphate groups of DNA and attaches itself to where […]

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