Takayama stain

Ta·ka·ya·ma stain

(tah-kah-yah'mah),
a stain containing pyridine, sodium hydrate, and dextrose; used for identification of blood stains; a drop added to a suspected blood stain results in the formation of hemochromogen crystals.

Takayama,

Masao, Japanese physician, 1872–.
Takayama stain - used for identification of blood stains.
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