ninhydrin test


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ninhydrin test

(nĭn-hī′drĭn)
A neurological test of sensation following peripheral nerve injury; used to detect a sympathetic response as indicated by sweat.
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The ninhydrin test used here to evaluate honeydew production is widely used for antifeedant activity studies on aphids (Sadeghi et al.
Test for protein Ninhydrin test Violet colour -1 -- -5 formation 3.
The non-fluorescence of secondary amines (e.g., pro-line) leads to an underestimation of amino acid concentrations, similar to the error in ninhydrin tests. In the future, a method could be developed that converts secondary amines to primary amines using sodium hypochlorite and then measures the concentration of the newly-produced primary amines with fluorescamine (Ishida et al.
According to the best of our literature survey, just one report described the use of ninhydrin test solution alone for spectrophotometric quantification of amikacin sulphate in injectable dosage and heat and pH condition of derivatization [13].
Ninhydrin test solution was prepared by adding 0.2 g ninhydrin in 94 ml distilled water and 6 ml acetone.
Ninhydrin test 12 Volatile oil 13 Coumarin 14 Emodin 15 Anthrocyanin 16 Anthraquinones Sulphuric acid test 17 Catechins Erhlish test S.