a colorless or pale-yellow, crystalline compound, C16H14O6·3H2O, the coloring material of logwood: used as a mordant dye and as an indicator.
Origin of hematoxylin
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As a result of this process, a great part of the hematoxylin is converted to the hematein.Principles and Practice of Fur Dressing and Fur Dyeing
William E. Austin
It is rather small for dissection, but very good complete series were obtained and stained in hematoxylin.Journal of Entomology and Zoology
A yellow or red crystalline compound used in histological dyes and as an indicator.
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