Altmann anilin-acid fuchsin stain


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Alt·mann an·i·lin-ac·id fuch·sin stain

(ahlt'mahn),
a mixture of picric acid, anilin, and acid fuchsin that stains mitochondria crimson against a yellow background.

Alt·mann an·i·lin-ac·id fuch·sin stain

(ahlt'mahn an'i-lin-ik as'id fūk'sin stān)
A mixture of picric acid, anilin, and acid fuchsin that stains mitochondria crimson against a yellow background.

Altmann,

Richard, German histologist, 1852-1900.
Altmann anilin-acid fuchsin stain - a mixture of picric acid, anilin, and acid fuchsin which stains mitochondria crimson against a yellow background.
Altmann fixative - a bichromate-osmic acid fixative.
Altmann-Gersh method - the method of rapidly freezing a tissue and dehydrating it in a vacuum.
Altmann granule - a granule that has an affinity for fuchsin. Synonym(s): fuchsinophil granule; mitochondrion
Altmann theory - a theory that protoplasm consists of granular particles that are clustered and enclosed in indifferent matter.