The coverglasses or slides are stained with Wright's stain or Wright's-Giemsa in the same manner as blood, except for longer staining with the buffered stain. The bone marrow particles are the blue areas on the slide. You can save yourself time and frustration if you put the slide over something white and look for the clumps of bone marrow before you put the slide under the microscope.
Course Section: 06. Microscopic Examination of the Bone Marrow
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