Kronecker stain

Kro·nec·ker stain

(krō'nek-ĕr),
a 5% sodium chloride stain rendered faintly alkaline with sodium carbonate, used in the examination of fresh tissues under the microscope.

Kro·nec·ker stain

(krō'nek-ĕr stān)
A 5% sodium chloride stain rendered faintly alkaline with sodium carbonate; used in the examination of fresh tissues under the microscope.

Kronecker,

Karl H., Swiss physiologist, 1839-1914.
Kronecker stain - a 5% sodium chloride stain rendered faintly alkaline with sodium carbonate, used in the examination of fresh tissues under the microscope.