Answer: It will, if you wash it at 90*C but i would recommend you look where you sit in future!!!It will, if you wash it at 90*C but i would recommend you look where you sit in future!!!It will, if you wash it at 90*C but i would recommend you look where you sit in future!!!
Answer: a stain employed to detect amyloid, which induces specific yellow fluorescence; tissue sections are first put in alum-hematoxylin to quench nuclear fluorescence and then stained in thioflavine T.
Answer: mix the oil based stain of choice with paint thinner, half and half, apply evenly with china Bristol brush, or lambs wool applicator. allow to dry over night, do not wipe off. then seal with oil modified sealer.
Answer: After scrubbing my bathtub with everything for two years, magic eraser worked! It was a miracle! The adhesive stains that resisted everything came off! I thought I would have to get the tub reglazed for $400 but for $3.50 magic eraser did the job! The sponges dissolve as you use them so buy two boxes and put them to the test! If the product worked on that, it will work on a host of other stains!
Answer: try using mineral oil or paint thinner if it wasput on within the last 24 hrs. you could also try hand cleaner without pumice or grit. soak a clean soft cloth and rub. keep the vehicle out of the sun. you may also allow the soaked cloth to cover the stain for a few minutes to soften it and then rub.
Which color is common to both the gram stain and the acid-fast stain?
Answer: Bacteria are gram positive or gram negative. Serratia happens to be a gram negative bacteria. They appear pink on a gram stain. Gram positive bacteria stain to a purple color on a gram stain. We can classify and ID bacteria using their gram stain and shape. Some antibiotics only work on gram negative bacteria and some only work on gram positive bacteria. It helps a doctor know which antibiotic to use.
Answer: Mad Cow Disease cannot be identified by a gram stain. Mad Cow Disease is caused by prions, incorrectly folded proteins. Gram staining is a way to separate bacteria into two groups - positive and negative - and cannot be used to identify prions, since prions are not bacteria.
Answer: The purpose of any microbiological stain (gram or otherwise), is to enable visualization of features that would otherwise be clear/invisible in a sample. In this case, the darker crystal violet is used to stain the peptidoglycan cell walls of gram-positive bacteria. Washing the sample with too much ethanol (decolorizing too much) will remove too much stain, making it difficult or impossible to distinguish between gram-negative and gram-positive cells. Only the counterstain that is added after the ethanol wash (safranin, for example) will be visible.
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Answer: A Gram is simply looking for the presence of peptidoglycans in the cell wall (Gram positive bacteria have them). This is useful for physicians attempting to characterize an infectious agent, and narrows down the possibility of species which may be diagnosed.