Kaiserling fixative

Kai·ser·ling fix·a·tive

(kī'zĕr-ling),
a method of preserving histologic and pathologic specimens without altering the color by immersing them in an aqueous solution of potassium nitrate, potassium acetate, and formalin.

Kai·ser·ling fix·a·tive

(kī'zĕr-ling fiks'ă-tiv)
A method of preserving histologic and pathologic specimens without altering the color, by immersing them in an aqueous solution of potassium nitrate, potassium acetate, and formalin.

Kaiserling,

Karl, German pathologist, 1869-1942.
Kaiserling fixative - a method of preserving histologic and pathologic specimens without altering the color.