Romanowsky stain


Ro·ma·now·sky stain

noun

Definition of ROMANOWSKY STAIN

: a stain made from water-soluble eosin, methylene blue, and absolute methanol and used in parasitology

Biographical Note for ROMANOWSKY STAIN

Romanowsky, Dimitri Leonidovich (1861–1921), Russian physician. Romanowsky made important studies of the malaria parasite. In an 1891 monograph on the parasitology and treatment of malaria, he introduced the original eosin-methylene blue stain for blood smears and malaria parasites.

Variants of ROMANOWSKY STAIN

Ro·ma·now·sky stain or Ro·ma·now·sky's stain also Ro·ma·nov·sky stain or Ro·ma·nov·sky's stain \ˌrō-mə-ˈnf-skē(z)-\

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