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  • noun

Synonyms for staining

(histology) the use of a dye to color specimens for microscopic study

the act of spotting or staining something

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Report of the Immunohistochemistry Steering Committee of the Biological Stain Commission: proposed format: package inserts for immunohistochemistry products.
The finding of the initial study was published in the official journal of the Biological Stain Commission (BIOTECHNIC AND HISTOCHEMISTRY, March/April 1998 Volume 72 Number 2).
PET ACCIDENTS Pet accidents and other biological stains require special treatment.
The probe was revived this summer when a Swiss lab detected elevated traces of a lethal radioactive substance, polonium-210, in biological stains on his clothing.
An investigation was launched at the time, but it then lay dormant for years, only to be revived this summer when a Swiss lab detected elevated traces of a lethal radioactive substance, polonium-210, in biological stains on his clothing.
Indexes are by molecular formula, CAS Registry, pharmaceutical name, names of dyes and biological stains, and general names.
Normally samples are received in the form of blood, bones, muscles, cartilages and materials with biological stains etc.
Using an RNA- based assay to identify biological stains offers several advantages over conventional methods, including greater specificity, simultaneous analysis through common assay format, the potential for automation, and decreased sample consumption.