Borrel blue stain

Bor·rel blue stain

(bō-rel'),
a stain for demonstrating spirochetes, treponemes, and Borrelia organisms, using silver oxide (prepared by mixing solutions of silver nitrate and sodium bicarbonate) and methylene blue.

Bor·rel blue stain

(bōr-el' blū stān)
A stain for demonstrating spirochetes, treponemes, and Borrelia organisms, using silver oxide (prepared by means of mixing solutions of silver nitrate and sodium bicarbonate) and methylene blue.

Borrel,

Amédée, French bacteriologist, 1867-1936.
Borrel blue stain - a stain for demonstrating spirochetes, treponemes, and Borrelia organisms.
Borrel bodies - particles of fowlpox virus.