malachite green


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mal·a·chite green

(mal'ă-kīt grēn), [C.I. 42000]
A dye used as a wound antiseptic, as a treatment of mycotic skin infections, and in biologic staining of tissues and bacteria.
[G. malachē, a mallow]

malachite green

A dye used as a stain and antiseptic.
See also: green

mal·a·chite green

(mal'ă-kīt grēn)
[C.I. 42000] Dye used as a wound antiseptic, treatment for mycotic skin infections, and in stains.
[G. malachē, a mallow]
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Kinetic parameters for the malachite green (MG) adsoiption onto the (GrA-Psy)-cl-poly (AA) hydrogel polymer at pH = 7; adsorbent dose -500 mg/100 mL and temperature -303 K.
When malachite green was used for counter staining, the background appeared too dark to appreciate fluorescence of the bacilli, altering the results and the grades for positive smears making it an inefficient counter stain.
where [C.sub.0] represents the concentration of malachite green in the sample solution, [C.sub.1] refers to the concentration of malachite green in supernatants after extraction, and [V.sub.aq] is the volume of the extraction phase.
Dye Structural formula Nature dye D (nm) Malachite green [formula not reproducible] Cationic 1.33 Congo red [formula not reproducible] Anionic 2.52
Toxicology effects of malachite green, Aquatic Toxicology, 66(3): 319-329.
Zhao, "Simple fabrication of polymer-based Trametes versicolor laccase for decolorization of malachite green," Bioresource Technology, vol.
After decolorization of the three mentioned dyes (malachite green, Congo red and methyl orange) by fungal isolate, they were tested for their toxicity against both of Caco-2 and fibroblast cells compared with dyes containing water with final concentrations of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 mg/L.
It shows that the correlation coefficient [R.sup.2] = 0.8901 and [R.sup.2] = 0.9052 for the adsorption of malachite green dye onto CR and MCR adsorbent respectively.
Malachite green ([C.sub.23][H.sub.25][N.sub.2]Q), dye which is used for dyeing cloth and leather and as a histological stain was procured from CDH, India.
The original Heine staining procedure was modified by staining stool smears separately using malachite green, methylene blue, and crystal violet, in place of carbol fuchsin.
Several microorganisms capable of degrading malachite green including Chlorella sp., Shewanella sp., and Pseudomonas sp.