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destain

(dē-stān′)
tr.v. de·stained, de·staining, de·stains
To remove stain from (a specimen) to aid in microscopic study.

destain

(dē″stān′) [ de- + stain]
To remove a previously applied stain from a laboratory specimen to aid in microscopic study.
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Cover specimen and control smears with acid-alcohol destaining solution B.
Purified Protease has the commercial application of dehairing of goat skin, destaining of blood stains and decomposing of gelatinous coating on the X-ray films which is mainly useful in recovery of silver.
DNA was visualized by UV after staining in an ethidium bromide solution for 20 min and destaining in double-distilled [H.
After destaining in 500 mL/L acetonitrile-500 mL/L 50 mmol/L ammonium bicarbonate and dehydration in acetonitrile, bands were dried in a SpeedVac.
The LabChip format eliminates the laborious manual staining and destaining steps required with traditional SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
The MALDIspot Kit includes the new ZipPlate(R) micro-SPE plate, the first 96-well sample preparation tool for destaining, digesting, and concentrating proteins from either 1D or 2D gels in a single plate.
1% amino black) and destained in destaining solution (20% methanol, 10% acetic acid, 70% double-distilled [H.
After electrophoresis, gels were removed from the glass plates and processed further for staining and destaining in a washed plastic container.
After destaining, the change in bands' staining intensity was measured by scanning with gel documentation device (Gel Doc.
The dried gel is transferred to the staining module of the SPIFE system for automatically controlled washing, staining, destaining, and drying.
Time consuming destaining steps, required with conventional DNA detection methods, are not necessary with Vistra Green.