Tizzoni stain

Tiz·zo·ni stain

(tē-tzō'nē),
a stain used as a test for iron in tissue; the tissue is treated with a solution of potassium ferrocyanide and then with dilute hydrochloric acid; a blue coloration indicates the presence of iron.
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Tizzoni stain

A rarely used permutation of Perls’ Prussian Blue reaction for iron in tissue; in practice, the terms Perls’ stain or the more generic term iron stain are preferred.
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Tiz·zo·ni stain

(tit-sō'nē stān)
A stain used as a test for iron in tissue; the tissue is treated with a solution of potassium ferrocyanide and then with dilute hydrochloric acid; a blue coloration indicates the presence of iron.
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Tizzoni,

Guido, Italian physician, 1853-1932.
Tizzoni stain - used as a test for iron in tissue.
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