Cajal astrocyte stain

Ca·jal as·tro·cyte stain

(kah-hahl'),
a method for demonstrating astrocytes by impregnation in a solution containing gold chloride and mercuric chloride.

Ca·jal as·tro·cyte stain

(kah-hahl' as'trŏ-sīt stān)
A method for demonstrating astrocytes by impregnation in a solution containing gold chloride and mercuric chloride.

Cajal,

Santiago, Spanish histologist and Nobel laureate, 1852-1934.
Cajal astrocyte stain - a method for demonstrating astrocytes by impregnation in a solution containing gold chloride and mercuric chloride.
Cajal cell - Synonym(s): horizontal cell of Cajal
Cajal formol ammonium bromide solution
Cajal gold-sublimate method
Cajal uranium silver method
horizontal cell of Cajal - a small fusiform cell found in the superficial layer of the cerebral cortex with its long axis placed horizontally. Synonym(s): astrocyte; Cajal cell
interstitial nucleus of Cajal - a group of neurons believed to be involved in the integration of head and eye movements. Synonym(s): interstitial nucleus