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ac·ri·fla·vine

(ak'ri-flā'vin), [C.I. 46000]
An acridine dye, formerly used as a topical and urinary antiseptic, and also used as one of Kasten fluorescent Schiff reagents to reveal polysaccharides and DNA.

acriflavine

(ăk′rə-flā′vēn′, -vĭn)
n.
A brown or orange powder, C14H14N3Cl, derived from acridine and formerly used as a topical antiseptic.

acriflavine

An orange powder derived from acridine and used, in solution, as an antiseptic for skin cleansing and wound irrigation.

acriflavine

an antiseptic dye used for topical application; average strength is 1:1000 to 1:8000 solution.

acriflavine hydrochloride
used as a solution for local antiseptics. Acid in reaction and slightly irritant.
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The acriflavin solution (1:1000) was then used as disinfectant thoroughly over the everted mass.
We have two tests for lignin: 1) sectioned specimens are stained with acriflavin and viewed with fluorescent confocal microscopy, and 2) ultrathin sections are stained with KMn[O.
Frequent massaging of penis and antiseptic irrigation with Acriflavin solution through prepucial orifice was routinely made for flushing of penis and prepucial sheath both to prevent adhesion.
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Consistent with previous studies, this study presents evidence of other drug resistant genes, such as tetracycline, chloramphenicol, aminoglycoside and acriflavins, and ESBLs determinants from this hospital isolate highlight its international dissemination (22).