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Silver-ammoniacal silver stain

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silver-ammoniacal silver stain

(Science: technique) A stain for the acid protein component of nucleolar regions which are active or which were transcriptionally active in the preceding interphase; uses silver nitrate, ammoniacal silver, and formalin.

Synonym: ag-AS stain.