ponceau de xylidine

pon·ceau de xy·li·dine

(pon-sō' dĕ zī'li-dēn), [C.I.-16151]
A monoazo acid dye originally employed as a red histologic counterstain in Masson trichrome stain.
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pon·ceau de xy·li·dine

(pon-sō' dĕ zī'li-dēn)
[CI-16151] A monoazo acid dye originally employed as a red histologic counterstain in Masson trichrome stain.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The original method of Masson (1928) was initially thought for carcinoids analysis, integrating four dyes (Regaud's hematoxylin, acid fuchsin with Ponceau de xylidine and aniline blue) which have been repeatedly combined on later modifications.