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Wright’s Blood Stain

Uses alcoholic mixture of eosin and methylene blue to differentiate blood cell types in smears of peripheral blood or bone marrow. Red cells are pink/red, nuclei are dark blue and granules in the cytoplasm of some white blood cells stain differently depending on the cell type (red in eosinophils and blue in basophils, for example)

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