Gram iodine

Gram i·o·dine

(gram),
a solution containing iodine and potassium iodide, used in Gram stain.

Gram i·o·dine

(gram ī'ō-dīn)
A solution containing iodine and potassium iodide, used in a Gram stain.

Gram,

Hans Christian Joachim, Danish bacteriologist, 1853-1938.
Gram iodine - a solution containing iodine and potassium iodide, used in Gram stain.
Gram stain - a method for differential staining of bacteria.
Weigert-Gram stain - see under Weigert
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The slides were stained with crystal violet, safranin, and gram iodine, and the bacteria were observed under a composite light microscope.