Biological stains: a handbook on the nature and uses of the dyes employed in the biological laboratory

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Biotech Publications, 1953 - Stains and staining (Microscopy) - 367 pages
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Uses and standardization of biological stains. The general nature of dyes and their classification. The theory of staining. Spectrophotometric and chromatographic analysis of dyes. Nitro and azo dyes. The quinone-imine dyes. The phenyl methane dyes. The xanthene dyes. The natural dyes. Miscellaneous dyes, pigments and histochemical reagents.

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The general nature of dyes and their classification
The theory of staining

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