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CAPSULE STAINING TECHNIQUE – INTRODUCTION, METHODS, PRINCIPLE, PROCEDURE & RESULTS

INTRODUCTION TO CAPSULE STAINING TECHNIQUE A capsule in bacteria is the result of amorphous viscid secretion released by the bacteria. When this secretion remains

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NEGATIVE STAINING – INTRODUCTION, PRINCIPLE, PROCEDURE, RESULTS & APPLICATIONS

INTRODUCTION TO NEGATIVE STAINING TECHNIQUE Sometimes it is more convenient to determine the overall bacterial cell morphology without any use of harsh staining or

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GRAM’s STAINING – PRINCIPLE, REQUIREMENTS, PROCEDURE & INTERPRETATION

INTRODUCTION TO GRAM STAINING Grams staining technique is the most important and widely used differential staining technique in Bacteriology. This technique was developed in

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PREPARATION OF ACID FAST REAGENTS IN LABORATORY

PREPARATION OF ACID FAST REAGENTS The Acid-Fast staining technique was initially developed in 1882 by Paul Ehrlich and modified by Ziehl & Neelsen in

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ALBERT STAINING – PRINCIPLE, REQUIREMENTS, PROCEDURE & RESULT INTERPRETATION

INTRODUCTION TO ALBERT STAINING Corynebacterium is the genus of Gram +ve, non-acid-fast, non-sporing, non-motile bacilli. The most important member of the genus is Corynebacterium

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ENDOSPORE STAINING – PRINCIPLE, REQUIREMENTS, PROCEDURE & INTERPRETATION

INTRODUCTION TO ENDOSPORE STAINING Some bacteria are capable of changing into dormant structures that are metabolically inactive and do not grow or reproduce. Since

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ACID FAST STAINING – PRINCIPLE, REQUIREMENTS, PROCEDURE, INTERPRETATION

INTRODUCTION TO ACID FAST STAINING Acid fast staining technique was developed in 1882 by Paul Ehrlich and modified by Ziehl & Nielsen in 1890

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