Leishman Stain is a neutral stain for blood smears which was devised by the British surgeon W. B.Leishman (1865–1926). It consists of a mixture of eosin (an acidic stain), and Methylene blue (a basic stain) in Methyl alcohol and is usually diluted and buffered during the staining procedure.
Translation missing: en.product.form.price
- choosing a selection results in a full page refresh
- press the space key then arrow keys to make a selection