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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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In this article we intend to verify if it is possible to use the technique of vital dyes to stain the corneal endothelium of dogs.
Dual staining of corneal endothelium with vital dyes, using 0.2% alizarin red and 0.25% trypan blue, is the most frequently used technique for determining nonviable and viable cells in areas where cells cannot be identified with specular microscopy.
The long distance between inner quadrant tumors and axillary lymph nodes also imposes a longer waiting time for the delivery of vital dyes or isotopes to the nodes.
Caption: Figure 2: (a) A mass spectrometry graph of the 10% concentration of the vital dye extracted from the acai fruit.
Caption: Figure 3: (a) A Chromatograph of the 80-2 vital dye extracted from the acai fruit in a 10% concentration (equivalent to 100 mg of a lyophilized sample extracted from the acai pulp diluted in 1 ml PBS (pH 7.00; 300 mOsm).
Penha et al., "The use of vital dyes in ocular surgery," Survey of Ophthalmology, vol.
Yoeruek, "Methyl blue and aniline blue versus patent blue and trypan blue as vital dyes in cataract surgery: Capsule staining properties and cytotoxicity to human cultured corneal endothelial cells," Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, vol.
This raised the possibility that the vital dyes could induce these changes of the RNFL thickness after MH surgery.
Comparison with Previous Reports Describing Toxic Effects of Vital Dyes. Visual field defects have been reported after vitrectomy using ICG [10-13].