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Useful for staining the cell wall of Cryptococcus neoformans, which contarns melanoid substances; centuates and confirms the presence of melanin in weakly pigmented agents of phaeohyphomycosis Giemsa stains . . . . . . -....................... May-Grunwald Wolbach’s Gaff ney’s Demonstrate most protozoa, bacteria, and nckettsrae; trophozoites and intracystic mocystis carinii; and the intracytoplasmic krnetoplast and nucleus of lershmania of Tvpanosoma cruzi; Wolbach’s gives greater depth of staining sporozoites of Pneuand amastrgote stage Connective tissue stains .
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