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1. Eosin
* A red, fluorescent , bromine-containing, water-insoluble dye used mainly in toner and cosmetics. * A red or brown potassium or sodium salt of the above dye; it is used as a biological stain and in pharmaceuticals.

2. Eosinophil
A type of granular leukocyte that is an amoeba-like scavenger that disposes of cellular debris. This cell takes its name from the fact that it can be stained with eosin . People with parasitic infections typically have increased numbers of these cells in their bloodstream.

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