I just discovered something beautiful, something that makes Masson’s trichrome stain look absolutely weak—
and that something is Movat’s pentachrome stain
because you know more is better
with this histological stain, you get five colors: black for elastic fibers, blue for mucin, red for muscle, yellow for collagen, and intense red for fibrin
simply lovely combination
the above light micrograph is a section of bronchus—Movat’s pentachrome stain is often used to monitor structural changes in the airway following lung transplants
credit: Nash Lab, Hutchinson Cancer Center, CCSG Program in Clinical Transplant

I just discovered something beautiful, something that makes Masson’s trichrome stain look absolutely weak—

and that something is Movat’s pentachrome stain

because you know more is better

with this histological stain, you get five colors: black for elastic fibers, blue for mucin, red for muscle, yellow for collagen, and intense red for fibrin

simply lovely combination

the above light micrograph is a section of bronchus—Movat’s pentachrome stain is often used to monitor structural changes in the airway following lung transplants

credit: Nash Lab, Hutchinson Cancer Center, CCSG Program in Clinical Transplant

I just discovered something beautiful, something that makes Masson’s trichrome stain look absolutely weak—
and that something is Movat’s pentachrome stain
because you know more is better
with this histological stain, you get five colors: black for elastic fibers, blue for mucin, red for muscle, yellow for collagen, and intense red for fibrin
simply lovely combination
the above light micrograph is a section of bronchus—Movat’s pentachrome stain is often used to monitor structural changes in the airway following lung transplants
credit: Nash Lab, Hutchinson Cancer Center, CCSG Program in Clinical Transplant

I just discovered something beautiful, something that makes Masson’s trichrome stain look absolutely weak—

and that something is Movat’s pentachrome stain

because you know more is better

with this histological stain, you get five colors: black for elastic fibers, blue for mucin, red for muscle, yellow for collagen, and intense red for fibrin

simply lovely combination

the above light micrograph is a section of bronchus—Movat’s pentachrome stain is often used to monitor structural changes in the airway following lung transplants

credit: Nash Lab, Hutchinson Cancer Center, CCSG Program in Clinical Transplant

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