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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For identification of collagen fibers, Masson's trichrome stain was used in separate sections.
The sarcoplasmic rods were seen as small, clustered dark eosinophilic sarcoplasmic inclusions on hematoxylin and eosin stain and were red on Gomori trichrome stain. No myonecrosis or inflammatory cell infiltrate was found (Figure 1).
The Masson's Trichrome stain showed the collagen of the ECM is conserved in umbilical arteries after decellularization, with a more attenuated stain appreciated in Triton X-100 (Fig.
The islets were separated from the acinar group by a thin capsule made up of reticular fibres, clearly distinguished by Mallory trichrome stain (Fig.
Results of stool microscopy performed using Ryan's modified trichrome stain were negative for microsporidia.
To elucidate the fibrosis of lung parenchyma, Masson's trichrome stain was performed according to the manufacturer's instruction.
They can be visualized on light microscopy by the Gomori trichrome stain, appearing as dark blue structures localized in the sarcoplasm, predominantly in regions with disrupted sarcomere structure.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Liver autopsy of case 1 showing disseminated lipid accumulation and severe steatosis with lipid-filled histiocytes (arrows) (Masson trichrome stain, 10x).
(c) Frozen section, Gomori trichrome stain, revealed occasional rimmed vacuoles (arrow).