Wachstein-Meissel stain for calcium-magnesium-ATPase

Wach·stein-Meis·sel stain for cal·ci·um-·mag·ne·si·um-·ATPase

(wahk-stīn'mīs'el),
procedure similar to Gomori nonspecific acid phosphatase stain, except that incubation is carried out with ATP as substrate at neutral pH; enzyme activity is generally demonstrated at cell membranes.

Wachstein,

Max, U.S. histologist and pathologist, 1905-1965.
Wachstein-Meissel stain for calcium-magnesium-ATPase - enzyme activity is generally demonstrated at cell membranes.
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