Bauer chromic acid leucofuchsin stain


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Bau·er chro·mic ac·id leu·co·fuch·sin stain

(bow'ĕr),
a stain for glycogen and fungi using chromic acid as an oxidizing agent of polysaccharides, followed by Schiff reagent; glycogen and fungi cell walls appear deep red.

Bau·er chro·mic ac·id leu·co·fuch·sin stain

(bow'ĕr krō'mik as'id lū'kō-fūk'sin stān)
A stain for glycogen and fungi using chromic acid as an oxidizing agent of polysaccharides, followed by Schiff reagent; glycogen and fungi cell walls appear deep red.

Bauer,

Hans, 20th century German anatomist.
Bauer chromic acid leucofuchsin stain - a stain for glycogen and fungi.