The difference between Wright Stain and Giemsa Stain is the intensity of the stain. The Giemsa Stain provides a better stain intensity than the Giemsa stain.
leishman stain or giemsa stain is used..both of them are mixtures of eosin and methylene blue.
Edmund Giemsa died in 1994.
Edmund Giemsa was born in 1912.
Gustav Giemsa was born in 1867.
Gustav Giemsa died in 1948.
giemsa stains the phosphate group especially in the adenine-thymine rich region.
Giemsa stain binds the regions with high content of adenine-thymine complex.
Romanowsky staining was a prototypical staining technique that was the forerunner of several distinct but similar methods, including Giemsa, Jenner, Wright, Field, and Leishman stains, which are used to differentiate cells in pathologic specimens. A group of eosin-methylene blue stains generally used for blood smears, protozoa and bacteria.
It's used to differentiate the different constituent of the blood cell
because giemsa stain is a mixture of methyl acetate Eosin and azure b. it doesnot contain any fixative that is why we use methanol to fix smear during giemsa stain other stain like lieshman contain acetyl free methyl alcohol as a fixative so it does not need to fix slide stain with lieshman stain.