orange stain

or·ange stain

(ōrănj stān)
Anterior dental discoloration likely due to chromogenic bacteria.
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Since then the family have scrubbed the wall of the house so only a "light orange stain" remains.
(1970) described Acridine orange stain as a fluorochrome stain which gives green fluorescence for Deoxy ribonucleic acid (DNA) under fluorescent microscope.
It just leaves an orange stain on the skin," said Kumareswaradas Ramanathas, project manager at Young Asian Voices of Middleton's bridal henna.
Item 3: Acridine Orange Stain. Item 4: Trichrome (Wheatleys formulation)ready-prepared stain.
10 [micro]L of acridine orange stain from the stock of 5 [micro]g/mL was added to the nauplii for 20 minutes at room temperature.
One witness told Gulf News the waste was discovered "off the beach at dusk and all morning there has been a bright orange stain on the sea.
The stock is some kind of indeterminate hardwood--probably beech--and stained with a thin orange stain that doesn't penetrate the wood.
Citrate phosphate buffer (CPB), Phosphate buffered saline (PBS), Glutarldehyde, Isopropanol, Malachite green stain, Acridine orange stain (Himedia), Peptone water, Nutrient broth (NB) (Himedia, India), Nutrient agar (NA) (Himedia), Tryptone soya broth (TSB) (Himedia), Mueller Hinton Agar (MHA) (Himedia).
And while the Record has not managed to uncover the drink's secret recipe, we can expose the other mystery which has puzzled fans for years - how to get the drink's orange stain out of your carpets and furnishings.
If the answer is black and the paste is black, then it is PPD henna - pure henna will leave an orange stain that will go brown.
Filled with an orange stain, it is simultaneously the bloody orbit of Oedipus and the oblate disk of the setting sun.