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Laquer stain for alcoholic hyalin

Pronunciation: lah'ker

Definition: a combination of Altmann aniline-acid fuchsin stain with a Masson trichrome stain that, on a gray-brown background, stains alcoholic hyalin red, collagen green, and nuclei brown.

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