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staining

 [stān´ing]
artificial coloration of a substance to facilitate examination of tissues, microorganisms, or other cells under the microscope. For various techniques, see under stain.
relief staining a method of staining that colors the background and leaves the cells uncolored.

stain·ing

(stān'ing),
1. The act of applying a stain.
See also: stain.
2. In dentistry, modification of the color of the tooth or denture base.

stain·ing

(stān'ing)
1. The act of applying a stain.
See also: stain
2. dentistry Modification of the color of the tooth or denture base.

staining

The use of selected dyes to colour biological specimens such as cells, cell products, thin slices of tissues or microorganisms to assist in examination and identification under the microscope. See also GRAM NEGATIVE, GRAM POSITIVE.

stain·ing

(stān'ing)
1. In dentistry, modification of the color of the tooth or denture base.
2. Act of applying a stain.
See also: stain
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The remainder of the tiller was numbered, placed individually in a plastic sampling bag (Fisher Scientific, Pittsburgh, PA), and stored at -20 [degrees] C until it was analyzed for the presence of endophyte by histological staining as described by Clark et al.
In addition, gene expression and histological staining suggest that, within a short time frame of 8 days, hMSCs under the influence of PRC may have the propensity to differentiate into adipogenic and osteogenic lineages.
Although an age-corrected histological HII may be derived from histological staining for iron, it does not reliably distinguish GH from other causes of increased HIC (1).
Direct methods of determining endophyte infection include histological staining and microscopic examination (Clark et al., 1983), ELISA (Reddick and Collins, 1988), and tissue immunoblot (Gwinn et al., 1991).
Manual of Histological Staining Methods of Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 3rd Edition, Mcgraw Hill Book Co., New York.
Computed tomography or MRI may be helpful in showing the extent of the disease.7 The most frequently used method to detect the amyloid protein is the histological staining of biopsy samples excised with Congo red stain.2,4 Currently, the most popular and highly effective treatment available is microdirect laryngoscopy with a carbon dioxide laser excision.
Manual of histological staining Methode of the armed forces.
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