chlorazol black E

chlo·ra·zol black E

(klor'ă-zol blak), [C.I. 30235]
An acid dye, used as a fat and general tissue stain, and to stain protozoa in fecal smears or in tissues.

chlorazol black E

(klor′ă-zol″)
A lipophilic acid dye used in microscopy to highlight fungi, protozoa, and fats.
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One of my techs worked in a lab that used Chlorazol, which is Chlorazol black E, potassium hydroxide, and dimethylsulfoxide.