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May-Grün·wald stain

n :  a stain for blood consisting of a saturated solution of eosin in methylene blue added to methyl alcohol - called also Jenner's stain 
 
May, Richard (1863-1936),
and Grünwald, Ludwig (b 1863), German physicians. May and Grünwald introduced their staining solution in an article published in 1902.
 
 

 
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