supravital


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supravital

(so͞o′prə-vīt′l)
adj.
Of, relating to, or capable of staining living cells after their removal from a living or recently dead organism: a supravital dye.
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This was consistent with other studies mentioned in literature conducted to compare this supravital stain with conventional stains.15-16
La morfologia se evaluo a traves de la tecnica del test supravital con eosina-nigrosina, descrita previamente.
This study was conducted to see the efficiency of Supravital Toluidine Blue staining in comparison to Papanicolaou stain on FNAC in the diagnosis of breast and salivary glands lesions.
La IFMP se puede evaluar mediante dos pruebas sencillas, economicas y de facil acceso: la prueba de Endosmosis Celular, con su denominacion en ingles "HOST test" o "Hiposmotic Swelling Test", la cual fue disenada originalmente para evaluar la actividad bioquimica de la membrana plasmatica (MP) fisiologicamente intacta del espermatozoide humano [6] y el uso de tinciones supravitales como la eosina-nigrosina (EN) [18].
Plasma membrane integrity of Sahiwal bull spermatozoa was assessed with supravital hypo- osmotic swelling test.
La viabilidad celular, realizada mediante el ensayo con la coloracion supravital con azul de tripan fue del 95% y el conteo total de celulas aisladas fue de 5 x [10.sup.5] cel/ml.
The neutral red uptake assay (NRU) is a chemosensitive test that evaluates survival and cell viability, based on the ability of viable cells to incorporate the neutral red (NR), supravital dye.
The reticulocyte count was determined by microscopic examination of a peripheral blood smear stained with a supravital dye.
Schumacher Jr., "Supravital staining of cells in noninflammatory synovial fluids: analysis of the effect of crystals on cell populations," The Journal of Rheumatology, vol.
One such method involves the use of supravital stains, such as toluidine blue (toluiniunm chloride).