MIF stain

MIF stain


The MIF stain is named for the 3 reagents that compose it: Mercurothiolate, Iodine and Formalin.
This stain is used simultaneously as a technique of conservation, staining and concentration of the parasitic elements.
MIF stain can be used for staining and preservation of most types and stages of parasites found in faecal samples. Because it is an all-in-one reaction, MIF staining is particularly useful for field investigations, but is less commonly used in routine clinical laboratories.
MIF stain can be used with all types of stool and aspirate samples. Protozoan eggs and larvae can be diagnosed without additional staining either immediately after fixation or several weeks later. However, MIF stain is more effective on so-called wet preparations (direct smear and / or concentration sediment).

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