Grams method

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Gram's′ meth′od

(sometimes l.c.) a method of characterizing bacteria that involves staining a slide of fixed specimens with gentian violet, washing with alcohol, and applying a counterstain.
[after Hans C. J. Gram (1853–1938), Danish bacteriologist]
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