Helly fixative

Hel·ly fix·a·tive

(hel'ē),
a combination of potassium dichromate, mercuric chloride, formaldehyde, and distilled water; used as a microanatomic fixative for cytoplasmic granules and nuclear staining; has the same disadvantages as Zenker fixative.
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Hel·ly fix·a·tive

(hel'ē fiks'ă-tiv)
A combination of potassium dichromate, mercuric chloride, formaldehyde, and distilled water, used as a microanatomic fixative for cytoplasmic granules and nuclear staining; has the same disadvantages as Zenker fixative.
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Helly,

Konrad, Swiss pathologist, 1875–.
Helly fixative - a microanatomic fixative for cytoplasmic granules and nuclear staining.
Helly fluid
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