Harris hematoxylin

Har·ris he·ma·tox·y·lin

(ha'ris),
an alum type of hematoxylin similar to Delafield hematoxylin, but it uses chemical ripening to produce oxidation of hematoxylin for immediate use.

Har·ris he·ma·tox·y·lin

(har'is hē'mă-toks'i-lin)
An alum type of hematoxylin similar to Delafield hematoxylin, but which uses chemical ripening to produce oxidation of hematoxylin for immediate use.

Harris,

Henry F., U.S. physician, 1867-1926.
Harris hematoxylin - an alum type of hematoxylin.
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cans of 5 liters each, of harris hematoxylin, according to technical specifications res.
Histological sections were cut at 5 [mu]m and stained with Harris hematoxylin followed by eosin counterstain (Presnell and Schreibman, 1997).
We used the avidin-biotin-peroxidase complex method with Harris hematoxylin counterstain.
Slides were stained with Harris hematoxylin followed by eosin counterstain (Presnell & Schreibman 1997).
Slides were stained with Harris hematoxylin followed-by eosin counterstain (Presnell & Schreibman 1997).
Burlington, Ontario) was used as chromogen, and tissues were counterstained with Harris hematoxylin (Fisher Scientific, Toronto, Ontario).

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