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albicans 18.0 [+ or -] 0.5 6.0 Microorganism [Cu[([L.sub.2]) Acriflavine
is not approved for use in France and in many other countries.
CLE with topical acriflavine
was firstly used to identify Hp infection in a patient in 2005, and the bacterium which uptakes acriflavine
ex vivo was seen as bright dots .
In this study, trifluralin, acriflavine
, saponin and plumbagin were used in alternate combination of two drugs against L.
Researchers have found that acriflavine
has the previously unknown ability to halt the growth of new blood vessels.
Baird-Parker medium supplemented with acriflavine
, polymyxins and sulphonamide for the selective isolation of Staphylococcus aureus from heavily contaminated materials.
Before the bacteria were stained with 0.20 [micro]m filtered acriflavine
solution (Bergstrom et al., 1986), the samples were clarified with thiosulphate crystals.
The Nor A efflux pump is responsible for fluoroquinolone resistance (Yoshida et al., 1990); Qac A is responsible for acriflavine
and ethidium bromide resistance (Littlejohn et al., 1992) and Tet (K) and Msr (A) transporters are specific to tetracycline and macrolide efflux (Renau et al., 1999).
For abdominal operations, the patient was prepped by shaving around the pubic area and painting the abdomen yellow with acriflavine
When used in conjunction with intravenous contrast agents such as fluorescein, acriflavine
, and cresyl violet, the microscope allows endoscopists to visualize the abnormal cell growth characteristic of cancerous lesions.
is an orange coloured dye, derivative of coal tar & traditionally used as a topical antiseptic.