Williams stain


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Wil·liams stain

(wil'yŭms),
a stain for Negri bodies that uses picric acid, fuchsin, and methylene blue; Negri bodies are magenta, granules and nerve cells blue, and erythrocytes yellowish.

Wil·liams stain

(wil'yămz stān)
A stain for Negri bodies that uses picric acid, fuchsin, and methylene blue; Negri bodies are magenta, granules and nerve cells blue, and erythrocytes yellowish.

Williams,

Anna, U.S. bacteriologist, 1863-1955.
Park-Williams bacillus - see under Park, William H
Park-Williams fixative - see under Park, William H
Williams stain - a stain for Negri bodies.