Ziehl stain

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Ziehl stain

(zēl),
a carbol-fuchsin solution of phenol and basic fuchsin used to demonstrate bacteria and cell nuclei.

Ziehl stain

(tsēl stān)
A carbol-fuchsin solution of phenol and basic fuchsin used to demonstrate bacteria and cell nuclei.

Ziehl,

Franz, German bacteriologist, 1857-1926.
Ziehl stain - a carbol-fuchsin solution of phenol and basic fuchsin used to demonstrate bacteria and cell nuclei.
Ziehl-Neelsen stain - a method for staining acid-fast bacteria.
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The stains were mostly Gram stains, Wright's stain, and a cold carbol fuchsin stain for AFB.
Later, all sandflies were stained with 20% carbol fuchsin solution and then identified to species by microscope-based on some typical morphologic characteristics: mainly internal structures (such as hair on abdominal tergites, buccal capsule, pigment patch, pharyngeal basket and spermatheca, ciborium, pharynx for females and terminal genitalia for males).
LOT 1 LABORATORY CHEMICALS; Fuchisne basic for microscopy (SIGMA or MERCK), Methylene blue solution C16H18CIN3S Mr=319,9 gr/mol, Methylene blue solution 0,1%-0,5%, Natrium hidroxid NaOH, Carbol fuchsin staining solution 1%, Tri-Sodium citrate-2-hydrate C6H5 Na3 O7x 2H2O Mr-294,10,.
In 1883, German pathologist Friedrich Neelsen added his modification, using carbol fuchsin instead of carbol methyl violet and decolorizing with 15% sulfuric acid.