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A contribution to the staining of decalcified histological slices of bone with the reformed romanowsky giemsa solution



A contribution to the staining of decalcified histological slices of bone with the reformed romanowsky giemsa solution



Zeitschrift fuer Mikroskopisch-Anatomische Forschung (Leipzig) 104(2): 202-211



This article presents a modified Giemsa-staining. The dye Azur B-Eosinat (Serva, Heidelberg) reformed according to Wittekind was applied to paraffin-slices of decalcified bones of rabbits. Besides a contrast staining on the whole significant details in the histological mounting of bone can be exposed.

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