Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent

Ben·e·dict-Hop·kins-Cole re·a·gent

(ben'ĕ-dikt hop'kinz kōl),
magnesium glyoxalate made from a mixture of oxalic acid and magnesium used for testing proteins for the presence of tryptophan.
[S. R. Benedict, F. G. Hopkins, L. Cole]

Benedict,

Stanley R., U.S. chemist, 1884-1936.
Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent - magnesium glyoxalate, made from a mixture of oxalic acid and magnesium, used for testing proteins for the presence of tryptophan.
Benedict solution - used to demonstrate a reducing sugar such as glucose in the urine.
Benedict test for glucose - a copper reduction test for glucose in the urine.

Cole,

Laurent, French pathologist, 1903–.
Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent - see under Benedict, Stanley R

Hopkins,

Sir Frederick G., English biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1861-1947.
Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent - see under Benedict, Stanley R