Orth fixative

Orth fix·a·tive

(ōrth),
formalin added to Müller fixative, used for bringing out chromaffin, studying early degenerative processes and necrosis, and for demonstrating rickettsiae and bacteria.
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Orth fix·a·tive

(orth fiks'ă-tiv)
Formalin added to Müller fixative, used for bringing out chromaffin, studying early degenerative processes and necrosis, and for demonstrating rickettsiae and bacteria.
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Orth,

Johannes J., German pathologist, 1847-1923.
Orth fixative - formalin added to Müller fixative, used for bringing out chromaffin, studying early degenerative processes and necrosis, and for demonstrating rickettsiae and bacteria.
Orth stain - a lithium carmine stain for nerve cells and their processes.
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