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(săf′rə-nēn′, -nĭn) or saf·ra·nin (-nĭn)
Any of a family of dyes based on phenazine, used in the textile industry and as a biological stain.
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Stokell brought Safranine (16-1) with a powerful late run to beat Ruby's Dream by a length and a half in the Systimax Gigaspeed XL Fillies' Handicap over five and a half furlongs.
The trichome shields were centrifugated and stained for 1 hour in 1% Safranine and 0.
SHE'S referring to some of her untried, younger inmates, as the likes of Pawan, Safranine and Legal Set won't be going anywhere.
Safranine reared up suddenly and Darley said: "He just went up and knocked me backwards out of the saddle and the only other thing I remember is being on the ground with legs flailing all over the place.
When the epidermis and the mesophyll were separated, the saltpeter solution was discarded, and distilled water and an appropriate amount of ammonia were added, then the upper liquid was eliminated and the residual matter was colored with a safranine for 10-30 min.
In-form sprinter Safranine will almost certainly start too big because Stokell is on board.
This cell material was mounted in glycerine-gelatine stained with safranine or Bismark brown.
The race was won by 33-1 shot Safranine, trained by Ann Stokell, whose winners are few and far between but almost guaranteed to be at big odds.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Safranine Rcfl
Zorn, trained by Paul Howling and ridden by Shane Kelly, was well backed to reverse placings with Shifty Night in the six-furlong handicap, and got up in the final stride to see off Safranine.
Stokell, who also partnered the gelding, said: 'That's my first winner as a jockey since I came back on New Year's Eve, and I think this could be my lucky track as Safranine also won here about 11 months ago.