Mallory trichrome stain

Mal·lo·ry tri·chrome stain

(mal'ŏ-rē),
a method especially suitable for studying connective tissue; sections are stained in acid fuchsin, aniline blue and orange G solution, and phosphotungstic acid; fibrils of collagen are blue, fibroglia, neuroglia, and muscle fibers are red, and fibrils of elastin are pink or yellow.

Mal·lo·ry tri·chrome stain

(mal'ŏr-ē trī'krōm stān)
A method especially suitable for studying connective tissue; sections are stained in acid fuchsin, aniline blue-orange G solution, and phosphotungstic acid; fibrils of collagen are blue; fibroglia, neuroglia, and muscle fibers are red; and fibrils of elastin are pink or yellow.
Synonym(s): Mallory aniline blue stain, Mallory triple stain.

Mallory,

Frank Burr, U.S. pathologist, 1862-1941.
Mallory aniline blue stain - Synonym(s): Mallory trichrome stain
Mallory bodies II - large, poorly defined accumulations of eosinophilic material in the cytoplasm of damaged hepatic cells in certain forms of cirrhosis. Synonym(s): alcoholic hyaline bodies
Mallory collagen stain
Mallory iodine stain
Mallory phloxine stain
Mallory phosphotungstic acid hematoxylin stain
Mallory stain for actinomyces
Mallory stain for hemofuchsin
Mallory trichrome stain - a method especially suitable for studying connective tissue. Synonym(s): Mallory aniline blue stain; Mallory triple stain
Mallory triple stain - Synonym(s): Mallory trichrome stain
picro-Mallory trichrome stain - a modification of Mallory trichrome stain that involves the addition of picric acid.
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