phenoxazine

phe·nox·a·zine

(fe-nok'să-zēn),
Phenothiazine in which S is replaced by O; as the 3-oxo derivative (phenoxazone), phenoxazine is the chromophore of actinomycins.
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Literature suggests that the main chain of poly-2-aminophenol contains phenoxazine unit (8), (37).
For flow cytometric analysis of adipogenesis, the fluorescent phenoxazine dye Nile Red, which stains neutral lipid (Greenspan et al.
Serum starved cells were exposed to 100 nM-2000 nM phenoxazine derivatives before stimulating with IGF-I (10 ng/mL) for 10 min.
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