Digital Microscopy Image of Romanovsky-stained Blood Film (stained peripheral blood smear). Magnification: 40-100X.
Blood films are made by placing a drop of blood on one end of a slide, and using a spreader slide to disperse the blood over the slide's length. Properly prepared slide should have a region called a monolayer, where the cells are spaced far enough apart to be counted and differentiated. More Information
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