Nikiforoff method

Ni·ki·fo·roff meth·od

(nē-kē'fŏ-rof),
the fixing of blood films by immersion for 5-15 minutes in absolute alcohol, a mixture of equal parts of alcohol and ether, or pure ether.

Ni·ki·fo·roff meth·od

(nē-kē'fōr'of meth'ŏd)
The fixing of blood films by immersion for 5-15 minutes in absolute alcohol, a mixture of equal parts of alcohol and ether, or pure ether.

Nikiforoff,

Mikhail, Russian dermatologist, 1858-1915.
Nikiforoff method - for the fixing of blood films.