Wright stain


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Wright stain

(rīt),
a mixture of eosinates of polychromed methylene blue used in staining blood smears.

Wright stain

(rīt stān)
A staining mixture of eosinates of polychromed methylene blue used in staining of blood smears.

Wright stain

(rīt)
[James H. Wright, U.S. pathologist, 1871–1928]
A combination of eosin and methylene blue used in staining blood cells to reveal malarial parasites and to differentiate white blood cells.

Wright,

James Homer, U.S. pathologist, 1871-1928.
Wright stain - a mixture of eosinates of polychromed methylene blue used in staining of blood smears.
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1505's peripheral blood collected pretest (July 9, 2001) and stained with Wright stain (Hema-Tek 2000, Bayer Corporation, Wright Stain Pak, Curtin Matheson Scientific Inc.
I am especially interested in time stability for the specimens and comparison of Wright stain vs.
Wright stain of cell suspension showed large loosely cohesive cells, with abundant basophilic cytoplasm, occasional cytoplasmic vacuoles, and mostly round or oval nuclei with occasional prominent single nucleolus.