Weber stain

We·ber stain

(web'ĕr),
a modified trichrome stain for microsporidian spores in which the chromotrope 2R is 10 times the normal concentration used in trichrome stains for stool specimens and the counterstain is fast green.

We·ber stain

(web'ĕr stān)
A modified trichrome stain for microsporidian spores in which the chromotrope 2R is 10 times the normal concentration used in trichrome stains for stool specimens and the counterstain is fast green.

Weber,

Rainer, 20th century U.S. pathologist.
Weber stain - a modified trichrome stain for microsporidian spores.
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