Gram iodine

Gram i·o·dine

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

(gram ī'ō-dīn)
A solution containing iodine and potassium iodide, used in a Gram stain.
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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 meeting was informed that 150 to 200 micro gram iodine was required daily in the human body for healthy life and countering diseases.
The slides were stained with crystal violet, safranin, and gram iodine, and the bacteria were observed under a composite light microscope.