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What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Feulgen reaction

-DNA
What is represented by the green? purple?
-cytoplasm

-DNA
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Feulgen reaction

-DNA
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Methyl green-pyronin Y

-DNA and RNA
What is stained by the pink/rose color? What is stained by the green/blue color?
-RNA

-DNA
What is stained pink? black? yellow?
-goblet cells/mucin

-nuclei

-cytoplasm and other elements
What caused the stain to look like this?
-too much metanil yellow
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-PAS-hematoxylin

-glycogen
What is represented by the bright pink portions?
-glycogen

-sugars

-fungal walls
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Alcian blue

-sugars
What is stained pink? blue? red?
-background (cytoplasm)

-sugar

-nuclei
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-alcian blue pas combonation

-differentiates between acidic and neutral sugar
What is stained blue? pink?
-acidic sugars

-neutral sugars
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Colloidal Iron

-acidic sugars
What is represented by the portion stained blue? pink? purple?
-sugar

-nuclei

-mixture of neutral and acidic sugars
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-amylod (Congo red)

-amyloid presesnt in tissue
What is represented by the portion stained pink?
-amyloid
What is stained apple green? Why?
-amyloid

-birefringence
What microscope is used for this stain?
phase contrast microscope
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-crystal violet amyloid stain

-amyloid
What color is the positive reaction?
-light purple in the middle of this picture
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-thioflavin t

-amyloid
What microscope does this stain use?
-fluorescence microscope
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Masson trichrome

-distinguishes between collagen and smooth muscle
What is stained red? blue?
-smooth muscle

-collagen
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Masson trichrome

-distinguishes between smooth muscle and collagen fibers
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain for?
-Gomori trichrome

-differentiates between collagen and smooth muscle or shows an increase in collagenous connective tissue
What is stained red? green?
-smooth muscle

-collagen
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Verhoeff-van Gieson

-elastic fibers, collagen fibers, and smooth muscle
What is represented by the portion stained black? red? yellow?
-elastic fibers

-collagen

-smooth muscle
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Mayer mucicarmine

-mucin, encapsulated fungi, cryptococcus
What is the name of this stain? What is represented by the portion stained black? yellow? red?
-Verhoeff-van Gieson

-elastic fibers

-smooth muscle

-collagen
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-aldehyde fuchsin

-elastic fibers
What is represented by the portion stained purple? green?
-elastic fibers

-other elements
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Gomori Reticulin stain

-reticulin fibers
What is represented by the portion stained black? dark pink? light pink?
-reticulin

-collagen

-everything else
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Mallory PTAH

-cross striations in muscle tissue
What is represented by the portion stained blue? red-brown?
-cross striations

-collagen
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-periodic acid methenamine

-basement membrane
What is represented by the portion stained black? green?-
-basement membrane

-background
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Oil red O

-lipids
What is represented by the little black dots?
-fat/lipids
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Sudan black B

-lipids
What is represented by the portion stained black?
lipids
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-osmium tetroxide

-lipids
What is represented by the portion stained black?
-lipids
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-toluidine blue

-mast cells
What is represented by the portion stained purple-red? blue?
-mast cells

-background
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Cresyl echt violet

-neurons, nissl substance
What is represented the portions stained purple? blue?
-nissl substance

-nuclei
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Bielschowsky (sevier-munger modification)

-nerve fibers, neurofibrillary tangles, and senile plaques
What is represented by the portions stained black?
-nerve endings

-nerve fibers

-neurofibrillary tangles

-senile plaques
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Luxol fast blue

-myelin
What is represented by the portion that is colorless? blue?
-gray matter

-myelin (white matter)
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Cresyl Echt Violet/LFB

-myelin and nissl substance
What is represented by the portion stained violet? blue? rose-violet?
-nuclei

-myelin

-nissl substance
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Kinyoun acid fast

-acid fast bacteria
What is represented by the dark purple rods/lines?
-acid fast bacteria
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Ziehl-Neelsen acid fast

-acid fast bacteria
What is represented by the portion stained blue? red? pink?
-mast cells

-bacteria

-erythrocytes
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Fite acid fast

-leprosy bacteria
What is represented by the portion stained bright red?
-leprosy organism
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-auramine-rhodamine

-cryptosporidium bacteria
What type of microscope is used to view this specimen?
fluorescence microscope
What is the name for this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Gram stain

-gram positive and gram negative organisms
What is represented by the portion stained blue/violet? red?
-gram positive

-gram negative
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Diff quick

-H. pylori organism
What is represented by the portion stained dark blue? blue? pink?
-H. pylori

-other bacteria

-cytoplasm
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Grocott's methenamine silver

-fungi, pneumocystis carini
What is represented by the portion stained black? dark gray? green?
-fungi

-mucin

-background
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Warthin-Starry

-spirochetes
What is represented by the portions stained black? pale yellow/brown
-spirochetes

-background
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Steiner

-spirochetes, h. pylori, legionella
What is represented by the portion stained dark brown/black? yellow?
-Spirochetes, H. pylori, legionella

-background
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Prussian blue

-iron pigment
What is represented by the portion stained blue? red? pink?
-iron (ferric iron)

-nuclei

-background
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-Fontana Masson

-argentaffin, melanin
What is represented by the portion stained pink? black?
-nuclei

-melanin
What is the name of this stain? What is stained black?
-Fontana Masson

-argentaffin
What is the name of this stain? What does it stain?
-Fouchet Blue

-bile pigment
What is represented by the portion stained green?
-bile pigment
What is the name of this stain? What is it used to stain?
-von Kossa

-calcium
What is represented by the portion stained black? pink?
-calcium salts

-background