trichrome stain

tri·chrome stain

staining combinations that usually contain three dyes of contrasting colors selected to stain connective tissue, muscle, cytoplasm, and nuclei in bright colors; generally, tissue sections are first dyed in iron hematoxylin before being treated with the other dyes.

tri·chrome stain

(trī'krōm stān)
Staining combinations that usually contain three dyes of contrasting colors selected to stain connective tissue, muscle, cytoplasm, and nuclei in bright colors; generally, tissue sections are first dyed in iron hematoxylin before being treated with the other dyes.
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B, Collagen fibers evaluated using Masson's trichrome stain (magnification x 200).
a, b, c) The thickening of tunica albuginea and trabecular wall, and sinusoidal narrowing in Group 1 is slightly more than Groups 2 and 3 (Masson's trichrome stain, x40).
Masson Trichrome stain revealed well-organized collagen bundles in the papillary dermis parallel to the epidermis with compact appearance, the only difference between samples after ablative and after fractional laser is that the ablative laser samples showed more parallel and dense collagen bundles also a horizontal oriented fibrillar collagen.
Other stains that were simultaneously done by preparing the smear from the same sample and were subjected for Gram stain, Kinyoun's acid fast (Hot stain), Giemsa stain, PAS and Trichrome stain.
82) In an attempt to improve the quality analysis of our special stains, we used WSI of control slides to objectively measure the hue of trichrome stain so that "Westgard"-type rules could potentially be applied to histology staining quality control measures.
Trichrome stain shows portal fibrosis with fibrous septa that bridge and partially enclose nodules.
Masson's trichrome stain is among the most common special stains applied to liver specimens.
Histological slides were prepared with Masson Trichrome stain to visualize the collagen fibers (see Ross and Pawlina, 2006), then examined under a light microscope (Nikon Optiphot).
In a focally extensive area of the subendocardial myocardium, cardiomyocytes were replaced by an eosinophilic fibrillar material that stained blue with trichrome stain (fibrosis/myocardial infarction).
For histochemical studies, the collagen was estimated by Masson's trichrome stain, elastin was estimated by Van Gieson's stain and mucopolysaccharide was determined by Modified Periodic acid Schiff .
The connective tissue elements of skin tissue were studied after staining with Mallory's trichrome stain.