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X.H.001 Toluidine Blue Stain

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X.H.001

Toluidine blue stain. Basophil. Marrow basophil granules react by taking on a deep blue to purple color (metachromasia).

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X.H.002 Toluidine Blue Stain

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X.H.002

Toluidine blue stain. Mast cells. Marrow. (A) Wright-Giemsa stain. Mast cell granules stain blue to purple. (B) Periodic acid Schiff stain. Mast cell granules react and develop a rose color. (C) Toluidine blue stain. Mast cells stain an intense dark blue to purple (metachromasia).

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X.H.003 Toluidine Blue Stain

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X.H.003

Toluidine blue stain. Systemic mastocytosis. Positive staining of neoplastic mast cell granules in marrow.

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