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Iron haematoxylin

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Iron haematoxylin

Unique ferric lakes of haematein that produce deep blue-black stains; useful for studies of cytologic detail, such as chromosomes, spindle fibres, golgi apparatus, myofibrils, and mitochrondria; also useful to demonstrate entamoeba histolytica.

See: heidenhains iron haematoxylin stain, weigerts iron haematoxylin stain.