van Gieson, Ira

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van Gieson,

Ira, U.S. histologist and bacteriologist, 1865-1913.
van Gieson stain - a mixture of acid fuchsin in saturated picric acid solution, used in collagen staining.
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Paraffin blocks were sectioned at 4-(xm thickness and stained with hematoxylin and eosin, Masson's trichrome for collagen, Von Gieson for elastin, and alcian blue (pH 2.
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The histological sections 7-10 pm thick were prepared, H&E stained according to Van Gieson and examined using a digital microscope Axio Imager.
5 and Verhoeff-van Gieson elastic stain were performed in 3 study cases.
These reprogrammed gemmules would make their way to the reproductive organs and, if mating occurrs, guide the development of the liver in the newly forming offspring in a new way (Olby, 1963; Gieson, 1969; Endersby, 2009).
Tissue sections (5-[micro]m thick) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin, Gomori's trichrome, and elastic Van Gieson stains.
Histokimyasal calisma ile yapilan elastik Van Gieson boyamada elastik liflerde artis ya da patoloji gorulmedi.
Elastik doku boyamada (Van Gieson boyasi) dermiste elastik lif kaybi gozlendi (Resim 4).
Japanese pathologists generally utilize Elastic-van Gieson (EvG) staining and D2-40 immunostaining for characterization of microinvasion, which dramatically increases the ability to identify lymphatic and venous invasion (21).