Definition of Aoyama's fluid
: a solution of cadmium chloride and neutral formalin used for fixing tissues prior to osmic acid impregnation of the Golgi apparatus
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Origin and Etymology of aoyama's fluid
after Fumio Aoyama, 20th century Japanese anatomist
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