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The microscope is a very important tool in microbiology, but there are limitations when it comes to using one to observe cells in general and bacterial cells in particular. Two of the most important concerns are resolution and contrast. Contrast, however, can be improved by either using a different type of optical system, such as phase contrast or a differential interference contrast microscope, or by staining the cells or the background with a chromogenic dye that not only adds contrast, but gives them a color as well.
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The presence of acid fast bacilli in multiple specimens was investigated comparatively with Ziehl-Neelsen ZN and fluorescence microscopy FM staining in order to determine sensitivity in detecting tuberculosis TB.
In their natural state, most of the cells and microorganisms that we observe under the microscope lack color and contrast. This makes it difficult, if not impossible, to detect important cellular structures and their distinguishing characteristics without artificially treating specimens. We have already alluded to certain techniques involving stains and fluorescent dyes, and in this section we will discuss specific techniques for sample preparation in greater detail. Indeed, numerous methods have been developed to identify specific microbes, cellular structures, DNA sequences, or indicators of infection in tissue samples, under the microscope.
Differential Staining Techniques
Show Credits Hide This Giemsa stained micrograph depicts an example of a slightly acidic slide that yielded a pink colored resultant stain. The micrograph shows malarial cells. Photo courtesy of the Public Health Image Library. Cell staining is a technique that can be used to better visualize cells and cell components under a microscope. By using different stains, one can preferentially stain certain cell components, such as a nucleus or a cell wall, or the entire cell.
Special Stains – Which One, How and Why? Part II: Connective Tissue
Staining is a technique used to enhance contrast in samples, generally at the microscopic level. Stains and dyes are frequently used in histology the study of tissue under the microscope and in the medical fields of histopathology , hematology , and cytopathology that focus on the study and diagnoses of disease at a microscopic level. Stains may be used to define biological tissues highlighting, for example, muscle fibers or connective tissue , cell populations classifying different blood cells , or organelles within individual cells. In biochemistry it involves adding a class-specific DNA , proteins , lipids , carbohydrates dye to a substrate to qualify or quantify the presence of a specific compound. Staining and fluorescent tagging can serve similar purposes. Biological staining is also used to mark cells in flow cytometry , and to flag proteins or nucleic acids in gel electrophoresis. Staining is not limited to biological materials, it can also be used to study the structure of other materials for example the lamellar structures of semi-crystalline polymers or the domain structures of block copolymers.
Because of its importance, different important stains are described in some detail. HANGING DROP TECHNIQUE The techniques employed.
Top 5 Types of Staining (With Diagram) | Microbiology
Show Caption Hide Anthrax gram stain. Gram staining is a common technique used to differentiate two large groups of bacteria based on their different cell wall constituents. The Gram stain procedure distinguishes between Gram positive and Gram negative groups by coloring these cells red or violet. Gram positive bacteria stain violet due to the presence of a thick layer of peptidoglycan in their cell walls, which retains the crystal violet these cells are stained with. Alternatively, Gram negative bacteria stain red, which is attributed to a thinner peptidoglycan wall, which does not retain the crystal violet during the decoloring process.
3.4: Summary of Common Bacterial Staining Techniques
The following points highlight the top five types of Staining. The types are: 1. Simple Staining 2. Differential Staining 3. Gram Staining 4. Acid Fast Staining 5.
If you have viewed this educational webinar, training or tutorial on Knowledge Pathway and would like to apply for continuing education credits with your certifying organization, please download the form to assist you in adding self-reported educational credits to your transcript. Connective tissue supports the body by providing a matrix that connects and binds the cells and organs. There are three types of connective tissue in the body. Collagen is a strong protein and is a main component of ligaments and tendon. Elastic fibers are located in the skin and walls of blood vessels. Reticular fibers are composed of collagen and form a delicate framework around nerve fibers, fat cells, lymph nodes, and smooth and skeletal muscle fibers. Three dyes are used to selectively stain including muscle red , collagen fibers blue erythrocytes red and nuclei black.
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Different types of staining methods are used to make the cells and their internal structures more visible under the light microscope. Microscopes are of little use.