Automatic Fluorescence Staining and Microscope Scanning Technology in Clinical Detection of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

  • Suzhen Wei
Keywords: Automatic Fluorescence Staining, Microscope Scanning, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Clinical Detection


In recent years, due to the continuous increase in the population base and the acceleration of the flow of people,
tuberculosis has once again become the second leading cause of death. Therefore, the research on
mycobacterium tuberculosis, the biggest cause of tuberculosis, is imminent. This article mainly studies the
clinical detection value of automatic fluorescence staining and microscope scanning technology for
Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and aims to provide a more efficient way for clinical detection. In the experiment,
70 patients with cerebral encephalopathy were selected and divided into an experimental group and a control
group. The cerebrospinal fluid of the two groups was examined by cytology, and then the stained sections were
placed under an inverted microscope connected to LSCM for observation. The experiment found that the
expression levels of TNF-α, IFN-γ, IL-2, IL-10, IFI35, IP10, and Foxp3 in the experimental group were 2.31,
5.02, 162.3, 2.39, 13.26, 6.08, and 3.51, respectively. The expression levels are 3.77, 12.22, 185.6, 22.56, 31.54,
25.01, 6.33, respectively. The results show that the automatic fluorescence staining and microscope scanning
technology can more accurately observe the cell morphology during clinical detection of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis, which increases the accuracy of the results and can provide a certain basis for the diagnosis and
prognosis of clinical nodules.