thiazin

thi·a·zin

(thī'ă-zin),
Parent substance of a family of biologic blue dyes; for example, methylene blue, thionin, toluidine blue.

thi·a·zin

(thī'ă-zin)
Parent substance of a family of biologic blue dyes (e.g., methylene blue, thionine, toluidine blue).
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Wernery et al (18) used a slide stainer cytocentrifuge that consisted of separate eosin and thiazin (azur B, methylene blue) stains plus a light eosin rinse.