Eranko fluorescence stain

E·ran·ko fluor·es·cence stain

(ĕ-ran'kō),
exposure of frozen sections to formaldehyde that produces a strong yellow-green fluorescence from cells containing norepinephrine.

E·ran·ko fluor·es·cence stain

(ĕ-rang'kō flōr-es'ĕns stān)
Exposure of frozen sections to formaldehyde, which produces a strong yellow-green fluorescence from cells containing norepinephrine.

Eranko,

Eino, Finnish anatomist, 1924–.
Eranko fluorescence stain - exposure of frozen sections to formaldehyde, which produces a strong yellow-green fluorescence from cells containing norepinephrine.