Fraser-Lendrum stain for fibrin


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Fra·ser-Len·drum stain for fi·brin

(frā'zĕr len'drŭm),
a multistaining procedure after Zenker fixative in which fibrin, keratin, and some cytoplasmic granules appear red, erythrocytes appear orange, and collagen appears green.

Fraser,

Alexander, Canadian pathologist, 1869-1939.
Fraser-Lendrum stain for fibrin - a multistaining procedure after Zenker fixative in which fibrin, keratin, and some cytoplasmic granules appear red, erythrocytes appear orange, and collagen appears green.

Lendrum,

A.C., 20th century Scottish pathologist.
Fraser-Lendrum stain for fibrin - see under Fraser, Alexander
Lendrum phloxine-tartrazine stain - a stain for demonstrating acidophilic inclusion bodies.