bromcresol green


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brom·cre·sol green

(brom-krē'sol grēn),
An indicator dye changing from yellow to blue at pH 4.7; used to track DNA in agarose electrophoresis, and in a dye-binding method for analysis of serum albumin.
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Invalid measurement of plasma albumin with bromcresol green methodology in penguins (Spheniscus species).
Influence of reagent quality and reaction conditions on the determination of serum albumin by the bromcresol green dyebinding method.
Bromcresol green assay is nonspecific for rat plasma albumin.
7 gm/dL(BCG/BCP) (*) Note: BCG = bromcresol green laboratory method BCP = bromcresol purple laboratory method Note: Table made from a bar graph.
Percent of Patients Nov 1994-Apr 1995 52, 14 Nov 1995-Apr 1996 57, 17 Nov 1996-Apr 1997 55, 16 Nov 1997-Apr 1998 57, 19 Oct 1998-Mar 1999 59, 18 Oct 1999-Mar 2000 56, 17 (*) Note: BCG = bromcresol green laboratory method BCP = bromcresol purple laboratory method Note: Table made from a bar graph
Assays for albumin in patients with liver disease should use bromcresol green.
Serum albumin by dye-binding: bromcresol green or bromcresol purple?
Multilayer-film bromcresol green method for albumin measurement significantly inaccurate when albumin/globulin ratio is less than 0.
Massive overestimation of albumin in analbuminemic rat serum by bromcresol green.