Methylene blue-azure B-eosin as a substitute for May-Grünwald-Giemsa and Jenner-Giemsa stains.
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Mar 01, 1977
The Romanowsky-type stain of Marshall et al. [J. clin. Pathol. 28, 920--923 (1975)] is described. It possesses several advantages over the widely used May-Grünwald-Giemsa and Jenner-Giemsa stains. These include ease and speed of preparation, a shorter staining time and reproducibility of results.
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