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    Preparing a Diff Quick Stain with Canine Vaginal Smear Examine while still wet or dry the slide and apply a coverslip. The interpretation of the sample was
    Diff-Quick (Diff-Quik) Staining Protocol. Prepared by. ROY ELLIS. IMVS Division of Pathology. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Woodville Road, Woodville, South
    The Jorvet Dip Quick Stain is a quick and easy stain that gives comparable results to the These polychromic stains will color acid DIRECTIONS FOR USE. 1.
    Method. Allow smears to dry. Dip slide or tape-strip five times, for one second each, into Fixative. Dip slide or tape-strip five times, for one second each, into Stain 1. Dip slide or tape-strip five times, for one second each, into Stain 2. Rinse slide or tape-strip in distilled water or Weise’s buffer, pH 7.2.
    Dip slide into pot 2 (Solution A, eosinophilic stain) for one second and remove. Repeat – dipping the slide a total of 5 times, each time lasting 1 second. Drain excess fluid onto the paper towel. Dip slide into pot 3 (Solution B, basophilic stain) for one second and remove.
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE. REASTAIN Quick-Diff and the ready-to-use solutions of the REASTAIN Quick-Diff KIT make this method ideal for use in emergencyWith Haema-Quick-Stain numerous specimen slides can be processed simultaneously, thus Prepare smear slide with blood or other specimen according to standard procedure: 1. Dip slide into Fixing . PRECAUTION INSTRUCTIONS.
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    The Diff-Quick stain consists of a fixative agent (methanol, blue), solution I (eosinophilic, orange) and solution II (basophilic, blue). Generally, slides are dipped
    The Diff-Quik® Staining Set contains solutions for the rapid staining of Diff-Quik I: Stain Solution I Prepare the slides in the same way as for a Pappenheim.

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