Kasten fluorescent Feulgen stain

Kas·ten fluor·es·cent Feul·gen stain

(kas'tĕn foyl'gen),
a fluorescent modification of the Feulgen stain, using any one of a variety of fluorescent basic dyes to which SO2 is added. The brilliant fluorescence makes this method unusually sensitive and adaptable to cytofluorometric quantification of DNA.
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Kas·ten fluor·es·cent Feul·gen stain

(kahs'ten flōr-es'ĕnt foyl'gen stān)
A fluorescent modification of the Feulgen stain, using any one of a variety of fluorescent basic dyes to which SO2 is added; the brilliant fluorescence makes this method unusually sensitive and adaptable to cytofluorometric quantification of DNA.
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Kasten,

Frederick H., U.S. histochemist and cell biologist, 1927–.
Kasten fluorescent Feulgen stain - a fluorescent modification of the Feulgen stain.
Kasten fluorescent PAS stain - a fluorescent modification of the periodic acid Schiff stain for polysaccharides that uses one of the Kasten fluorescent Schiff reagents.
Kasten fluorescent Schiff reagents - used in cytochemical detection of DNA.
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