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ac·ri·fla·vine

(ak'ri-flā'vin), [C.I. 46000]
An acridine dye, formerly used as a topical and urinary antiseptic, and also used as one of Kasten fluorescent Schiff reagents to reveal polysaccharides and DNA.

acriflavine

(ăk′rə-flā′vēn′, -vĭn)
n.
A brown or orange powder, C14H14N3Cl, derived from acridine and formerly used as a topical antiseptic.

acriflavine

An orange powder derived from acridine and used, in solution, as an antiseptic for skin cleansing and wound irrigation.

acriflavine

an antiseptic dye used for topical application; average strength is 1:1000 to 1:8000 solution.

acriflavine hydrochloride
used as a solution for local antiseptics. Acid in reaction and slightly irritant.