hemalum

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he·mal·um

(hē-mal'ŭm, hem-),
A solution of hematoxylin and alum used as a nuclear stain in histology, especially with eosin as a counterstain.

hemalum

/hem·al·um/ (he´mah-lum) a mixture of hematoxylin and alum used as a nuclear stain.

he·mal·um

(hē'mă-lŭm)
A solution of hematoxylin and alum used as a nuclear stain in histology, especially with eosin as a counterstain.
Synonym(s): haemalum.
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Las celulas se contracolorearon con Haemalum de Mayer, se deshidrataron y montaron con Poly-mount.
Ten slides for each gonad were randomly selected and stained with Mayer's haemalum and eosin (5 slides) and with Masson trichrome (5 slides).