Birch-hirschfeld stain

Birch-hirschfeld stain

(Science: technique) An obsolete stain for demonstrating amyloid, using Bismarck brown and crystal violet; amyloid is usually stained a bright ruby red, whereas the cytoplasm of cells is not stained and nuclei are brown.


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