Nile red: a selective fluorescent stain
for intracellular lipid droplets.
Fowler, "Nile red: a selective fluorescent stain
for intracellular lipid droplets," Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Various workers used the Ziehl-Neelsen and fluorescent stain
for the investigation of smear 11-14
Ziehl-Neelsen (ZN) stain is used worldwide as a standard method to detect AFB, but it has less sensitivity relative to fluorescent stain
as it takes more time to scan at least 300 fields and often misses the paucibacillary tuberculosis.
The green fluorescent stain
(SYTO 9, with excitation/emission maxima of about 480/500 nm) colors healthy bacteria that have intact membranes, thus staining live cells; and the red dye (propidium iodide with excitation/emission maxima of about 490/635 nm) colors bacteria with damaged membranes, by displacing the green dye, thus staining dead cells.
After 5 d of in vitro culture, blastocyst rates were evaluated based on the number of embryos used for culture and were subsequently stained with Hoechst 33342 fluorescent stain
to count their total cell number.
trachomatis-LPS using a nuclear supravital fluorescent stain
(Hoechst 33258) which enters the cell nucleus and binds DNA only when the plasmamembrane is damaged.
In flow cytometry, isolated chromosomes suspended in a fluorescent stain
solution flow one at a time through a laser beam.
Phenolic acridine orange fluorescent stain
Samples were screened by microscopic examination (Ziehl-Neelsen's stain and fluorescent stain
SPERM VIABILITY DETECTION BY FLOW CYTOMETRY WITH FLUORESCENT STAIN
With a monoclonal antibody fluorescent stain
(Meridian Diagnostics, Cincinnatti, OH), Cryptosporidium sp.