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does Grimelius silver stain stain glial cells

The Grimelius silver stain, also known as the Grimelius impregnation method, is a staining technique commonly used in histology to visualize neuroendocrine cells. It is not designed to stain glial cells specifically, but they may be visible in the background of the stained tissue. Therefore, while the Grimelius silver stain may not stain glial cells as intensely as it does neuroendocrine cells, it may still be able to visualize them to some degree. Additional staining techniques, such as the Nissl or immunohistochemical stains, may be better suited for visualizing glial cells specifically.