Jolles test

Jol·les test

(yol'ez),
a test for bile; a precipitate is obtained by agitation of peritoneal fluid with chloroform, a solution of barium chloride, and hydrochloric acid; the precipitate is removed, and the addition of a drop or two of sulfuric acid will produce a play of color if bile pigments are present.

Jolles,

Adolf, Austrian chemist, 1863-1944.
Jolles test - a test for bile.