Schaeffer–Fulton Stain

The Schaeffer–Fulton stain is a technique designed to isolate endospores by staining any present endospores green, and any other bacterial bodies red. The green stain is malachite green, and the counterstain is safranin, which dyes any other bacterial bodies red.

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