Baker pyridine extraction

Ba·ker pyr·i·dine ex·trac·tion

(bā'kĕr),
hot pyridine treatment of tissues fixed in dilute Bouin fixative, used to extract phospholipids from tissues as a control in the histochemical staining of this material.

Ba·ker pyr·i·dine ex·trac·tion

(bā'kĕr pir'i-dēn eks-trak'shŭn)
Hot pyridine treatment, used to extract phospholipids from tissues in histochemical staining of this material.

Baker,

John Randal, English zoologist, 1900–.
Baker acid hematein - an acidic solution of oxidized hematoxylin used on frozen sections for staining phospholipids.
Baker pyridine extraction - hot pyridine treatment of tissues fixed in dilute Bouin fixative.