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Unna-pappenheim stain

Unna-Pappenheim stain

(Science: technique) A contrast stain consisting of a methyl green-pyronin solution; originally used for gonococci, but later used to detect rNA and dNA in tissue sections; RNA is stained red and DNA appears green; used to demonstrate plasma cells during chronic inflammation.

See: methyl green-pyronin stain.


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