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di·chro·mo·phil, dichromophile (dī-krō'mō-fil, dī-krō'mō-fīl),
Taking a double stain; denoting a tissue or cell taking both acid and basic dyes in different parts.
[G. di-, two, + chrōma, color, + philos, fond]
dichromophil(dī-krō′mō-fĭl) [″ + chroma, color, + philein, to love]
Double staining with both acid and basic dyes.