- Electron Microscopy
OG-6 is a cytologic stain routinely used in diagnostic cytology to aid in the identification and classification of exfoliative cells.
OG-6 is recommended for specimens with large amounts of mucus.
The stain is used for examining exfoliative cells of vaginal, cervical, sputum, as well as other body secretions.
Commonly used in combination with hematoxylin.
Results: Nuclei: Blue Cytoplasm: Various shades of Pink or Green