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Fraser-lendrum stain

Fraser-lendrum stain
(Science: technique) For fibrin, a multistaining procedure after Zenker’s fixative in which fibrin, keratin, and some cytoplasmic granules appear red, erythrocytes appear orange, and collagen appears green.


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