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Warthin–Starry stain

Helicobacter pylori colonized on the surface of regenerative epithelium, stained with the Warthin-Starry method.
Clusters of bacteria (arrow) shown on Warthin–Starry stain.

The Warthin–Starry stain (WS) is a cat-scratch disease.

Warthin–Starry stains organisms dark brown to black, and the background light golden brown/golden yellow.[5]

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  2. ^ Warthin AS, Chronister AC (1920). "A more rapid and improved method of demonstrating spirochetes in tissues (Warthin and Starry’s cover-glass method)". American Journal of Syphilis 4: 97–103.
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