erythrosine


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erythrosine

 [ĕ-rith´ro-sēn]
a coloring agent used to disclose plaque on teeth.

erythrosine

depresses thyroid function by inhibiting 5′-deiodinase.
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2010) who tested the food coloring agents, amaranth, erythrosine and Tartrazine at 0.
The contents of the biopsy specimen containers ("parts") are examined by pathologist assistants and are then removed from the biopsy container, inked with erythrosine, and placed on filter paper, which is uniformly folded, and then placed in a labeled cassette for standard processing.
These results suggest that the current daily iodine intake of urban Japanese is not great and that erythrosine elevates the iodine content of meals.
Estrogenicity of the synthetic food colorants tartrazine, erythrosine B, and sudan I in an estrogen-responsive human breast cancer cell line.
The committee agreed to move allura red AC (300 mg/kg); caramel color, class IV (20,000 mg/kg); carotenoids (300 mg/kg); chlorophylls, copper complexes (500 mg/kg); erythrosine (300 mg/kg); fast green FCF (600 mg/kg); grape skin extracts (500 mg/kg); in-digotine (300 mg/kg); and iron oxides (7500 mg/kg) forward for the Codex General Standard for Food Additives (GSFA), which sets conditions for permitted food additives to be used in all foods.
Experiments are performed with erythrosine B which has a large intersystem crossing rate to the triplet state.
Other xenobiotics, including several organic iodides such as amiodarone and erythrosine, have also been associated with thyroid tumor development in the rat.
E127 Erythrosine Red azo in Scotch eggs glace cherries, biscuits and canned strawberries and rhubarb.
Rose Bengal is a red, xanthene dye (including other members like phloxine b, erythrosine, and eosin yellow) that produces reactive, singlet oxygen when exposed to light.
Imagine my surprise when I noticed on the pack that they also contained the following added colours: Titanium Dioxide, Yellow Iron Oxide, Indigo Carmine and Erythrosine.
To reproduce the pleasant colour of cured products, he used erythrosine, a potent plant-colourant extract.