Bennhold

Benn·hold

(ben'hōld),
H., 20th-century German physician. See: Bennhold Congo red stain.

Bennhold's stain

The first method for demostrating amyloid in tissue; the currently preferred methods include Highman's Congo red, alkaline Congo red and the high pH Congo red techniques.
References in periodicals archive ?
With the latest reduction in installation cost for solar PV projects, the C&I business allows the solar industry in Thailand to thrive independently of government subsidies," said Florian Bennhold, CEO of Symbior Solar, "The recently approved net-metering policy shows that Thailand is embracing this new development for solar PV and will support the C&I segment further in 2018.
21) Katrin Bennhold, Stephen Castle, and Declan Walsh, "'Forgive Me': Manchester Bomber's Tangled Path of Conflict and Rebellion," New York Times, May 27, 2017
Katrin Bennhold has been named the Berlin bureau chief for The New York Times.
See Katrin Bennhold, Britain's Ministry of Nudges, N.
It was just months after the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, said reporter Katrin Bennhold.
See also Katrin Bennhold, "Empathy and Angst in a German City Transformed by Refugees," New York Times, 11 September 2015.
Katrin Bennhold, "France Uses Money, Not Manacles, for Deportation," International Herald Tribune, December 20, 2006, http://www.
While there is no quantitative data on violence against refugee and migrant women, it is clear that many displaced Syrian women and girls have experienced violence, in particular rape (Anani 2013; Bennhold 2016).
122) See Katrin Bennhold, In Britain, Guidelines for Spying on Lawyers and Clients, N.
Katrin Bennhold, "Britain's Ministry of Nudges," The New York Times, December 7, 2013.