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Introduction, Principle, Reagent Preparation, Procedure and Result Interpretation of both Progressive and Regressive Papanicolaou Stain or PAP Stain.

Introduction, Principle, Reagent Preparation, Procedure and Result Interpretation of both Progressive and Regressive Papanicolaou Stain or PAP Stain.

normal squamous cells - These are "lining" cells or the first layer of cells on an organ or skin.  The pink ones are the  mature squamous(oldest )and the blue cells are the next - intermediate squamous cells.  The third layer is a parabasal squamous cell, which take on a deeper blue hue from the 'pap' stain. (None are in this photograph.)

normal squamous cells - These are "lining" cells or the first layer of cells on an organ or skin. The pink ones are the mature squamous(oldest )and the blue cells are the next - intermediate squamous cells. The third layer is a parabasal squamous cell, which take on a deeper blue hue from the 'pap' stain. (None are in this photograph.)

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