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decolorize

(dē-kŏl′ĕ-rīz″) [″ + colorize]
To remove dye from a stained microscopic specimen, usually with an acid-alcohol wash.
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The paper is de-inked, then bleached and decolorized without the use of any chlorine compounds (a process called "process chlorine free").
IASC noted that the vast majority of aloe vera products for oral consumption are decolorized, or purified.
The long, straight-chain liquid wax esters are expeller-pressed from the seeds and then gently refined and decolorized to produce a virtually clear and odorless liquid that possesses all of the nutritive and stable properties of traditional jojoba.
Following a second tap water rinse, the preparation is decolorized.
1] Specifically, Gram positives are more readily decolorized after being stained with low concentrations of crystal violet.
00 (cetyl stearyl alcohol) Phase C Aloe Decolorized, 40X (Terry Labs) 0.
There was another ER physician who had run an occult blood slide under the tap because the developer bottle was empty, and, when performing a Gram stain, had decolorized the safranin and counterstained with crystal violet.