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tinctorial

 [tingk-to´re-al]
pertaining to dyeing or staining.

tinc·to·ri·al

(tingk-tō'rē-ăl),
Relating to coloring or staining.
[L. tinctorius, fr. tingo, to dye]

tinc·to·ri·al

(tingk-tōr'ē-ăl)
Relating to coloring or staining.
[L. tinctorius, fr. tingo, to dye]
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These are tinctorially much stronger, and they are more expensive per pound.
The two new gold products are reported to be tinctorially strong and to offer relatively high light stability.
It is worthwhile to pause for a moment to appreciate that the value of these histochemical stains was rooted in their ability to identify and tinctorially discriminate various subcellular components (eg, mucin, iron, glycogen, collagen, keratin, amyloid, reticulin, basement membrane, myelin, etc), and as such, represent the surgical pathologist's initial foray into the molecular biology of the cell.