Kinyoun

Kin·youn

(kin'yūn),
Joseph J., U.S. physician, 1860-1919. See: Kinyoun stain.
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Cryptosporidium enfeksiyonlarinin diagnozunda boyama yontemleri (Auramin Fenol, ModifiyeZiehl-Neelsen, Kinyoun Asit-fast, Modifiye Asit-fast), immunolojik yontemler, antijen tani yontemleri (direkt floresan antikor, immunofloresan, enzim immunoassay, immunokromatografik) ve molekuler tani yontemleri (PCR) kullanilmaktadir.
The purpose of this study was to detect and confirm the presence of acid fast bacilli in lymph node biopsies using routine Ziehl Neelsen stain, Kinyoun stain and fluorescence staining and also to determine the best, rapid and more cost effective technique of staining for the detection of acid fast bacilli.
Bhavsar AR, Torres K, Glassman AR, Jampol LM, Kinyoun JL, Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research N.
Cream to white-colored colonies appearing on the paraffin-coated glass rod were selected and subcultured on nutrient agar, and were then purified and stained with Gram, modified Kinyoun acid-fast (partially acid-fast) and Kinyoun acid-fast (cold procedure).
Intestinal content from the same carcasses was collected in sterile flasks, refrigerated, and transported to the laboratory where direct smears obtained without sedimentation were stained following the Kinyoun technique (LEMOS et al.
De manera voluntaria se obtuvieron muestras de heces de cada uno de los participantes, las cuales fueron conservadas en solucion de Merthiolate-iodo-formol (MIF) y enviadas al Laboratorio de Investigacion en Enfermedades Parasitarias del Centro Universitario UNIABEU, donde se realizo el examen parasitologico por medio de las tecnicas de Hoffman, Pons y Janer, Willis y Kinyoun (17).
21) A proventricular smear demonstrated Cryptosporidium oocysts with Kinyoun acid-fast staining, and Cryptosporidium oocysts were present in fecal samples as well.
Branching rods were seen in Ziehl-Nielsen with 1% sulfuric acid (modified Kinyoun technique) stained preparations, a typical feature of nocardiae.
A Kinyoun stain from a colony on the Lowenstein-Jensen agar was performed and interpreted as negative (figure 3).
Both patients had previously received a positive diagnosis by FSSM, which was confirmed by SSM with a modified Kinyoun stain.