Gomori-Jones periodic acid-methenamine-silver stain
Pronunciation: go-mo're jonz
Definition: a staining method using methenamine silver, periodic acid, gold chloride, hematoxylin and eosin to delineate basement membrane, reticulin, collagen, and nuclei, respectively; used in renal histopathology.
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