Movat pentachrome stain


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Movat pentachrome stain

(mō′văt)
A stain used to highlight body structures, such as blood vessels, that contain collagen, elastic fibers, fibrin, muscle, and cell nuclei.
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In our recent study, we specifically emphasize the potential role of the Russell modification of the Movat pentachrome stain in the histochemical assessment of selective crystalline particles in lung tissue.
The modified Russell Movat pentachrome stain (MMPS) is an exceptional histochemical technique that highlights a number of tissue structural components in a single slide.
A Movat pentachrome stain (for collagen and elastic tissue) was obtained.