staining

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staining

The application of a liquid dye solution to a porous surface to impart color.
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These compounds were selected from biological stains that are used for dying animal tissues, lipids or cell granules.
Report from the Biological Stain Commission: FDA issues final rule for classification/reclassification of immunochemistry (IHC) reagents and kits.
Finding that one fingerprint, biological stain, fibre, or hair which links a suspect to a victim or crime scene is analogous to "Finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow" at the culmination of hours, days, or weeks of tedious work.
and European laboratories, uses a biological stain to look for evidence of membrane damage in culture-grown human skin cells.
Report from the president: the Biological Stain Commission: its goals, its past and its present status.