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Fig. 3. Embryo 1, Frazer, presomite (A)
Small mass of proliferated mesodermal cells on Ventral pole of yolk sac. Heidenhain's iron haematoxylin. x570.
Online Editor - Heidenhain's iron haematoxylin is an iron alum hematoxylin stain used for staining muscle striations and mitotic structures blue-black. Named after Rudolph Heidenhain (1834-1897) a German histologist and physiologist. (More? Histology Stains)
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Gilmour JR. Normal haemopoiesis in intra-uterine and neonatal life. (1941) J. Pathol. Bacteriol. 52: 25-55.
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