amido black 10B

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am·i·do black 10B

(am'i-dō blak), [C.I. 20470]
An acid diazo dye, used as a connective tissue stain, for staining protein in paper chromatography, and in electrophoresis.
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Precipitated protein spots were stained either with amido black alone or in combination with other protein stains.
2 g of amido black, ten mL of glacial acetic acid and 90 mL of methanol.
Unprecipitated proteins were washed away before staining of the precipitated complexes with Amido black.