Albert stain

Al·bert stain

(al'bĕrt),
a stain for diphtheria bacilli and their metachromatic granules; contains toluidine blue, methyl green, glacial acetic acid, alcohol, and distilled water.

Albert,

Henry, U.S. physician, 1878-1930.
Albert stain - a stain for diphtheria bacilli.
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Microscopy of throat swab revealed rods containing metachromatic granules on Albert stain.
While on Albert stain club shaped rods containing metachromatic granules were found.
Gram-stained smears showed a large number of gram-positive bacilli with the appearance of Chinese letters, and Albert stain showed bacilli with numerous metachromatic granules.
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