supravital


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supravital

/su·pra·vi·tal/ (-vi´t'l) beyond living, as in supravital staining.

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.
Supravital stained rapid FNAC with TBS is useful as a simple reliable, cost effective rapid staining method.
Plasma membrane integrity of Sahiwal bull spermatozoa was assessed with supravital hypo- osmotic swelling test.
Supravital staining differentiates between live and dead sperm and is assessed when sperm motility is <50%.
A 50-[micro]L drop of frozen-thawed semen was placed on a pre-warmed slide and mixed with 50 [micro]l drop of the supravital stain [1% (w/v) eosin B, 5% (w/v) nigrosin in 3% tri-sodium citrate dehydrate solution] to prepare a thin smear [20].
Methods for Reticulocyte Counting (Automated Blood Cell Counters, Flow Cytometry and Supravital Dyes); Approved Guideline- Second Edition H44-A2.
O tetrazolio de nitroazul e um corante supravital amarelo claro que sofre reducao na presenca do anion superoxido, tornando-se azul escuro.
Supravital exposure to propidium iodide identities apoptotic cells in the absence of nucleosomal DNA fragmentation.
INTRODUCCION: Las descripciones histologicas de los mastocitos en los textos de histologia usados en la educacion medica colombiana, son limitadas, unanimemente refiriendo formas ovales, nucleo redondeado, pequeno, cubierto por granulos citoplasmaticos azules solo visibles con histoquimica metacromatica y supravital de Azul de Toluidina, de Trypan o Rojo Neutro.
trachomatis-LPS using a nuclear supravital fluorescent stain (Hoechst 33258) which enters the cell nucleus and binds DNA only when the plasmamembrane is damaged.
Understand the principle and utility of supravital stains, including reticulocyte stain, hemoglobin H preparation, and Heinz body preparation.
Morphological changes, such as nuclear and chromatin condensation and fragmentation, that occur in apoptosis can be assessed by fluorescent microscopy using supravital dyes such as acridine orange (AO) and ethidium bromide (EB).