For easier reference use, this article uses a special format to describe the various steps that involve blood film preparation and staining. This article provides guidelines that should enable clinical laboratories to prepare and stain good-quality blood films. Troubleshooting of fixation and staining artifacts is included in the guidelines. Lab Hematol. For fluorescence microscopy, glass that does not show autofluorescence must be used.
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