Marchis stain

Marchis stain

(Science: technique) a staining method in which the specimen is hardened for 8 to 10 days in a modified Muller's fixative, followed by immersion for 1 to 3 weeks in the same with the addition of osmic acid; fat and degenerating nerve fibres stain black.


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