accentuator


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ac·cen·tu·a·tor

(ak-sent'chū-ā-ter),
A substance such as aniline, the presence of which allows a combination between a tissue or histologic element and a stain that might otherwise be impossible.
[L. accentus, accent, fr. cano, to sing]

ac·cen·tu·a·tor

(ak-sen'chū-ā-tŏr)
A substance (e.g., aniline) the presence of which allows a combination between a tissue or histologic element and a stain that might otherwise be impossible.
[L. accentus, accent, fr. canere, to sing]