bromocresol green


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bromocresol green

(brō″mō-krē′sŏl) [″ + ″]
A stain used in histologic and pathologic studies to stain cellular components with a pH of 3.8 to 5.4, and in microbiology as a culture medium for yeasts.

bromocresol green

used as an indicator in the dye test for determination of serum albumin.
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Human serum albumin, Cohn fraction V, solution, 10 g/dL, was purchased from MP Biomedicals (Irvine, California); bromocresol green (BCG) sodium salt and bromocresol purple (BCP) free acid were obtained from JT Baker Company (Phillipsburg, New Jersey) and Fluka Company (St.
Relative dye-binding capacity of albumin from several species with HABA, bromocresol green and Spectru AB-2.
Blood urea nitrogen, glucose, albumin, creatinine and total protein concentrations were analyzed using an automatic blood analyzer (Express Plus, Ciba-Corning, CA, USA) according to the urease method of Rocch-Ramel (1967), the hexokinase method of Farrance (1987), the bromocresol green method of Doumas et al.
45 g/l) concentrations were measured by Bromocresol Green reagent and turbidimetric immunoassay technique (Abbott Architect[R] c16000 automated analyser), respectively.
Bovine serum albumin (BSA), copper(II)ulphate, potassium iodide, cholesterol colour reagent, cholesterol standard, vanillin, alloxan and bromocresol green are products of sigma chemical company Mo, USA while chloroform, ethanol, phosphoric acid, sulphuric acid, glacial acetic acid and ferric chloride were purchased from BDH chemicals Poole, England, olive oil is a product of May and Baker.
Bromocresol Green (BCG) method was used to determine serum albumin concentration.
Serum albumin was measured using the bromocresol green colormetric method.
Serum globulins contribute to the discrepancies observed between the bromocresol green and bromocresol purple assays of serum albumin concentration.