Ehrlich acid hematoxylin stain

Ehr·lich ac·id he·ma·tox·y·lin stain

(ār'lik),
an alum type of hematoxylin stain used as a regressive staining method for nuclei, followed by differentiation to required staining intensity; the solution may be allowed to ripen naturally in sunlight or partially oxidized with sodium iodate.

Ehr·lich ac·id he·ma·tox·y·lin stain

(ār'lik as'id hē'mă-toks'i-lin stān)
An alum type of hematoxylin stain used as a regressive staining method for nuclei, followed by differentiation to required staining intensity; the solution may be allowed to ripen naturally in sunlight or partially oxidized with sodium iodate.