modified trichrome stain

modified trichrome stain

a stain developed from the Wheatley modification of the Gomori trichrome stain using 10 times the amount of chromotrope 2R dye for microsporidian spores, which stain pink to red.
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mod·if·ied tri·chrome stain

(mod'i-fīd trī'krōm stān)
A reformulation of the Gomori trichrome stain with a tenfold increase of chromotype 2R dye, adapted for detection of microsporidian spores.
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Results of stool microscopy performed using Ryan's modified trichrome stain were negative for microsporidia.
If a history is suggestive of PAM, a simpler method for diagnosis would be to visualise the motile amoeba in a fresh, non-refrigerated sample of CSF under a microscope or stain with Giemsa-Wright stain or the modified trichrome stain.
The antiproliferative effects of fractions and SbE were assayed using modified trichrome stain method.
Modified trichrome stain (Hi-media laboratories, India, Qualigens Fine Chemicals, India) was used for detecting Microsporidia (20).
* Fixation and staining with Giemsa-Wright and modified trichrome stain is recommended.

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