HPS stain

HPS stain

In histology, the HPS stain, or hematoxylin phloxine saffron stain, is a way of marking tissues.

HPS is similar to the standard bearer in histology H&E; however, it differentiates between connective tissues (yellow) and muscle & cytoplasm (pink) unlike H&E.

External links

* [http://clinlabs.path.queensu.ca/kgh/pathology/surgical.htm Histopathology Laboratory] - Kingston General Hospital.

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