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There are hundreds stains for this light microscope. You can see some of them at the bottom link:

http://www.laddresearch.com/General_Catalog/Chapter_2/LMStains/lmstains.html

To select a stain first you have to now, what are looking for? Nucleus, membrane, protein, carbonhydrates...

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