hemalum

he·mal·um

(hē-mal'ŭm, hem-),
A solution of hematoxylin and alum used as a nuclear stain in histology, especially with eosin as a counterstain.

he·mal·um

(hē'mă-lŭm)
A solution of hematoxylin and alum used as a nuclear stain in histology, especially with eosin as a counterstain.
Synonym(s): haemalum.
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Images were performed by fluorescence microscope (Nikon Corporation, Japan) after the cells were incubated in 3,3'-diaminobenzidine (Beijing OriGene Technology Co., Ltd.,) for 5 min and stained in hemalum, and all images were measured by Image Pro-Plus 6.0 software (Media Cybernetics, Silver Spring, MD, USA).
Puchtler, ""Harris hematoxylin," what harris really wrote and the mechanism of hemalum stains," Journal of Histotechnology, vol.
Counterstaining was performed for 30 sec with Mayer's hemalum solution (Merck Darmstadt, Germany).
The specimens were counterstained with hemalum. The stained specimens were viewed at an objective magnification of x200 and x400 by three investigators.
After paraffin embedding, 5[micro]m sections were cut and stained with hemalum phloxine saffron (HPS) for histological evaluation.
Binding was detected by using monoclonal antibody 2G3 against RHDV, biotinylated anti-mouse IgG, horseradish peroxidase-conjugated avidin, and 3-amino-9-ethylcarbazole substrate with hemalum counterstaining, as described (2).
Posteriormente se realizo una contracoloracion con hemalum de Mayer, se lavaron con agua destilada, dejando secar los cortes y se realizo el montaje en Entellan.
Sections were then counterstained with hemalum (progressive Mayer's) solution (Sass, 1958) for two min.
After counterstaining with hemalum and dehydrating were carried out, the slides were placed under coverslips with Neomount (VWR, Vienna, Austria).