Dieterle stain

Di·e·ter·le stain

(dē'ter-lĕ),
stain used to demonstrate spirochetes and Leishman-Donovan bodies; employs silver nitrate and uranium nitrate.
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Die·ter·le stain

(dē'tĕr-lĕ stān)
Stain used to demonstrate spirochetes and Leishman-Donovan bodies; employs silver nitrate and uranium nitrate.
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Dieterle,

R.R.
Dieterle stain - a silver impregnation method for staining Legionella and other organisms.
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