Sudan black B

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Su·dan black B

(sū-dan' blak), [C.I. 26150]
A diazo dye; used as a stain for fats.
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Complete haematological remission is defined as absolute neutrophil count (ANC) 1.0 x 109/L, platelet count 100,000/ul and bone marrow blast 20% blasts, Sudan black negativity of the blast cells and characteristic immunophenotype (for B-ALL >20% of Blast cells express tdt, CD10, CD 19, CD 22, cCD79a and for T-ALL, cCD 3, CD 5, CD 7).
(6-8) In past years, several agents, such as ammonia-ethanol, borohydride, and Sudan Black B, were used to reduce the AF of FFPE tissues.
For screening of PHA accumulation inside the isolated bacteria the different assay methods were used viz., Sudan Black B, Viable Colony Assay and Nile Red A staining.
[8], which involves the use of Sudan Black B, Shin et al.
Tissue sections of 5-8 mm thickness were cut and utilized for utilized for various histological and histochemical staining methods like Haematoxylin Eosin (H&E) method, Masson's trichrome method, Verhoeff's Elastic stain, Periodic Acid-Schiff reaction for neutral mucopolysaccharides, Sudan Black B for fats (Singh & Sulochana, 1996) and Gomori's method for reticular fibres (Spencer & Bancroft).
Sixteen strains showed positive results with Sudan Black B and Nile Red A stains.
The routine haematological evaluation when reveals malignancies such as acute leukaemia, the slides were stained routinely with Leishman and Giemsa stains and further subjected to histochemical evaluation with special stain such as periodic Acid-Schiff and Sudan Black B.
The cytochemistry of both forms of M3 shows characteristic strong positivity for peroxidase or Sudan Black B and for chloroacetate esterase.
I was told by doctors that the blood running through my body was infected with a lethal virus, 'Sudan Black (++)' which resulted in the destruction of almost all my platelets.
The study aimed at screening of PHB producing strain and optimizing media parameters for increased PHB production by a Bacillus thuringiensis strain CMBL-BT-6 which was identified as PHB producing strain by staining with Sudan Black B dye.
On histochemistry, fat stains (oil red O, Sudan black) will usually show that the amount of intracellular fat is significantly less than it is in normal or suppressed parenchymal cells.
Sudan Black B solution (0.07% w/vol in 70% ETOH) was used for identification of lipids in living hyphae according to the procedure found in Ruzin (1999).