erythrosine


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erythrosine

 [ĕ-rith´ro-sēn]
a coloring agent used to disclose plaque on teeth.
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The IRF deconvolution could be successfully applied to the HiLo image and improved greatly the accuracy of the Erythrosine B lifetime, resulting in a measured value very close to the reference value.
NiO coatings were immersed in a mixture of 0.3 mM erythrosine B (ERY) sensitizer [12,33], in an ethanol (99.8 %) solution overnight.
Keywords: Sunset Yellow, Erythrosine, Saffron, Chemometric method, PLS method.
Robinson, "Erythrosine is a potential photosensitizer for the photodynamic therapy of oral plaque biofilms," The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, vol.
and Abu-Alrub, S.S.: 2012, Analyzing adsorption data of erythrosine dye using principal component analysis, Chem.
The stomach contents were quickly removed, fixed, and stained with erythrosine to avoid the negative effect of digestion after the death of the organism.
(2010) who tested the food coloring agents, amaranth, erythrosine and Tartrazine at 0.02-8 mM in human peripheral blood cells in vitro, in order to investigate their genotoxic, cytotoxic and cytostatic potential.
The clinical procedure followed these steps: a) 2% erythrosine staining was applied in order to detect supragingival plaque and to register the stained surfaces on the index; b) prophylaxis was performed with rubber cups; c) drying was done with air and cotton; d) each surface was evaluated with a blunt tip probe in order to diagnose dental caries.
Carisolv is composed of two solutions red gel contains 0.1M Amino acid (L glutamic acid, L-Leucine and L-Lysine), Nacl, NaoH, erythrosine, and purified water.
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.
The new CPE-based LCMS method was used for the analysis of approved water soluble (Sunset yellow, Allura red, Tartrazine and Erythrosine) and banned fat soluble (Sudan I-IV, Sudan red G, Sudan red B, Sudan red 7B, Sudan black B, Metanil yellow and Rhodaminc B) azo colors.