Romanowsky stains

Romanowsky stains

a group of eosin-methylene blue stains generally used for blood smears, protozoa and bacteria. Includes Giemsa, Wright and Leishman stains.
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In a report on gyr falcons, May-Grunwald-Giemsa and Rapid Romanowsky stains did not adequately stain eosinophil granules, which appeared as colorless, irregular cytoplasmic vacuoles; however, the granules were appropriately stained with modified Wright-Giemsa stain.