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.
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With reporting by Dan Bilefsky, Steven Erlanger, Katrin Bennhold, Doreen Carvajal, Alan Cowell, and Rick Gladstone of The Times.
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.
44) Elaine Sciolino and Katrin Bennhold, "Chirac Strays from Assailing a Nuclear Iran," The New York Times, February 1, 2007, http://www.
Katrin Bennhold wrote for the New York Times: "It is hard not to be struck by the frantic enthusiasm the monarchy still seems to inspire in 21st century Britain.
Katrin Bennhold, A Veil Closes France's Door to Citizenship, N.
Katrin Bennhold, French fund to help shield companies from takeovers, INT'L HERALD TRIBUNE (Paris), Nov.
Austria, and Turkey); Katrin Bennhold, Europe, Too, Takes Harder Line in
2) Elaine Sciolino and Katrin Bennhold, "Chirac Unfazed by Nuclear Iran, then Backtracks," New York Times, 1 February 2007.