Biological stains: a handbook on the nature and uses of the dyes employed in the biological laboratory
Uses and standardization of biological stains. The general nature of dyes and their classification. The theory of staining. Spectrophotometric and chromatographic analysis of dyes. Nitro and azo dyes. The quinone-imine dyes. The phenyl methane dyes. The xanthene dyes. The natural dyes. Miscellaneous dyes, pigments and histochemical reagents.
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The general nature of dyes and their classification
The theory of staining
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absorption maximum acetic acid acid dye acid fuchsin alcohol Alizarin anhydrous dye anilin blue aqueous atoms azure bacteria basic dye basic fuchsin Beckman spectrophotometer biological stains Biological Tests biologist Bismarck brown Brilliant carmine cells chemical chloride chromatin chromophore color compound connective tissue stain counterstain cresyl crystal violet cytoplasm D-peak Dilute Dissolve 50 mg distilled water dye content employed eosin erythrosin fat stain formula gentian violet gram of dye hematoxylin histology Identification indicator light green Lillie malachite green maxima methane Method of Analysis methyl green methyl violet methylene blue mixture modification nervous tissue neutral red neutral stain nuclear stain nuclei orange G orcein pararosanilin phloxine picric acid ponceau Pyronin Read in Beckman rosanilin Rose bengal safranin salt sample satisfactory sections smears sodium Solubility at 26°C solution to 200 spectral curve spectrophotometer Stain Commission Staining Procedures Sudan Synonyms technic thionin titrate vital staining Wright stain yellow