Gomori one-step trichrome stain

Go·mo·ri one-step tri·chrome stain

(gō-mō'rē),
a connective tissue stain that uses hematoxylin and a dye mixture containing chromotrope 2R and light green or aniline blue; muscle fibers appear red, collagen is green (or blue if aniline blue is used), and nuclei are blue to black.

Go·mo·ri one-step tri·chrome stain

(gō-mōr'ē wŭn-step trī'krōm stān)
A connective tissue stain that uses hematoxylin and a dye mixture containing chromotrope 2R and light green or aniline blue; muscle fibers appear red, collagen is green (or blue if aniline blue is used), and nuclei are blue to black.

Gomori,

George, Hungarian histochemist in the U.S., 1904-1957.
Gomori chrome alum hematoxylin-phloxine stain - a technique used to demonstrate cytoplasmic granules.
Gomori method for chromaffin
Gomori nonspecific alkaline phosphatase stain - for histological demonstration of enzymes.
Gomori one-step trichrome stain - a connective tissue stain.
Gomori silver impregnation stain - a reliable method for reticulin, as an aid in the diagnosis of neoplasm and early cirrhosis of the liver.
Grocott-Gomori methenamine-silver stain - a modification of Gomori methenamine-silver stain for fungi.