Medical Definition of Gomori procedure

1. Cytochemical staining procedure used to localise acid phosphatases. Depends upon the production of phosphate ions from organic phospho esters such as _ glycerophosphate. The phosphate in the presence of lead ions causes the formation of a precipitate of lead salt that is converted to the brown sulphide of lead by the action of yellow ammonium sulphide. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gomori Procedure

Gollums
Goltz syndrome
Goma
Gombault's triangle
Gombrowicz
Gomel
Gomoku
Gomori's aldehyde fuchsin stain
Gomori's chrome alum haematoxylin-phloxine stain
Gomori's methenamine-silver stain
Gomori's non-specific acid phosphatase stain
Gomori's non-specific alkaline phosphatase stain
Gomori's one-step trichrome stain
Gomori's silver impregnation stain
Gomori procedure (current term)
Gomorrha
Gompers
Gompertz
Gompertz' hypothesis
Gompertz' law
Gompertz curve
Gompertz curves
Gompertzian
Gomphotheriidae
Gomphotherium
Gomphrena
Gomphrena globosa

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