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# [https://www.best.edu.au/s/share?url=2ngvmwh6%2Fpeva4rv2&data=7%40%5B%5D!8%406!9%4080977!10%40-12265&version=1 Specifically identify this epithelium]
 
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# [https://www.best.edu.au/s/share?url=glc12th3%2Frxssriuu&data=8%405!9%4020108!10%40-27956&version=1 1. Specifically identify the cells in this region and 2. The cell process occurring here]
 
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# [https://www.best.edu.au/s/share?url=8a8ze83r%2Fcrlmvnf2&data=8%407!9%4034686.5!10%40-20223&version=1 Specifically identify this cell type]
 
# [https://www.best.edu.au/s/share?url=27qeenpe%2Fa48lzwyw&data=8%406!9%4012979!10%40-12740&version=1 Identify this muscle tissue and location]
 
  
 
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ANAT2241 This practical support page content is not part of the virtual science practical class and provides additional information for student self-directed learning purposes. All practical class pages are located on Moodle - 2019 ANAT2241

The Spot Test

  • 20 questions.
  • 2 minutes / question. Clock
  • will be Powerpoint slides generated from the virtual slide images used in the practical classes.
  • cover up to and including PNS/CNS practical classes.
  • may have more than one part to each question.
  • may include electron micrograph images.



Course Links

Moodle - ANAT2241 - 2019

Histology Glossary: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | ANAT2241 Support | Histology | Histology Stains | Embryology Glossary


Common Histology Stains  
Histology Stains - Common Stains and Their Reactions
Stain
Nucleus
Cytoplasm
Collagen
RBCs
Other
Haematoxylin
blue
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mucins - light blue
Eosin
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pink
pale pink
bright red
colloid - pinkmuscle - red
Iron Haematoxylin
blue/black
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Van Gieson
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brown/yellow
red
yellow
muscle: yellow/browncartilage - pink
Verhoeff's Elastin
black
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elastic fibres - black
Tartrazine
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yellow
yellow
yellow
Silver Impregnation
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grey/brown
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reticular fibres - black
Methyl Green
dark green
light green
light green
green
Nuclear Fast Red
red
pink
pink
pink
Gomori's Trichrome
purple/red
purple
green
red
keratin - redmuscle - purple/red
Heidenhain's Azan
red
purple/red
deep blue
red
muscle - red
Osmium Tetroxide
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brown
brown
myelin, lipids - black
Alcian Blue
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mucins, - blue
Periodic acid-Schiff (PAS)
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pink
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mucins, glycogen, glycocalyx - magenta
Phosphotungstic Acid-Hematoxylin (PTAH)
blue
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red
blue
muscle bands - blue
Masson's Trichrome
blue/black
red
green/blue
red
cartilage, mucins - blue or green; muscle - red
Luxol Fast Blue
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variable
myelin - blue
Aldehyde Fuchsin
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elastic fibres, mast cells - deep purple
Light Green
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light green
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Gallocyanin
dark blue
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nucleic acids, Nissl granules - dark blue
Romanowsky (e.g. Leishman's)
blue
pink
acidophils - red, basophils - blue, azurophilic - purple
Aldehyde Pararosanilin elastic fibres - purple
Haematoxylin and Eosin
One of the most common staining techniques in pathology and histology. Acronym "H and E" stain. (H&E, HE).


Haematoxylin
  • Stains nuclei blue to dark-blue.
  • Stains the matrix of hyaline cartilage, myxomatous, and mucoid material pale blue.
  • Stains myelin weakly but is not noticeable if combined with eosin stain.
  • combined with Orange G (H & Or. G.) instead of eosin, specifically stains the granules of acidophilic cells of the adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary).
Eosin
  • Stains cytoplasm pink to red; red blood cells are also bright red.
  • Common counterstain to hematoxylin.
  • Stain intensity varies with the formula as well as the fixative.

Practical Support

Pages can be accessed from any internet connected computer.

ANAT2241 Support Links: The Virtual Microscope | Covering and Lining Epithelia | Glandular Epithelia | CT Components | CT Types | Bone, Bone Formation and Joints | Muscle | Nervous | Blood | Eye | Cardiovascular | Respiratory | Integumentary | Gastrointestinal | Gastrointestinal Organs | Lymphatic and Immune | Endocrine | Urinary | Female Reproductive | Male Reproductive | Histology Stains | Histology Drawings | Practicals Health and Safety 2013 | Moodle - 2019


ANAT2241 This practical support page content is not part of the science practical class and provides only background information for student self-directed learning purposes.


Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, November 20) Embryology ANAT2241 Virtual Slides - Example Spot Images. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/ANAT2241_Virtual_Slides_-_Example_Spot_Images

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