phloxine


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phlox·ine

(flok'sin), [C.I. 45405]
A red acid dye used as a cytoplasmic stain in histology.
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Phloxine B effect on immature stages of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) (Wiedemann).
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Histological slides (hematoxylin phloxine saffron stain) at 10x magnification from surgical pathology, demonstrating that the bladder smooth muscle cells had proliferated.
However, white blood cells (WBC) are more challenging to count, and methods rely heavily on manual techniques that use a combination of hemocytometers and specific stains, for example, phloxine B (avian Leukopet, Vetlab Supply, Palmetto Bay, FL, USA) or Natt and Herrick solution.
Initial medicinal bath experiments suggested that the photoactive dye phloxine b could be used to treat protozoa infestations including Tetrahymena and Ichthyophthirius without harm to the treated fish.
It contained "jelly"-like contents that on microscopic examination were on the outer part of the artery wall; the contents were bluish by routine hematoxylin, phloxine, and saffron and Movat pentachrome stains (Figure 1; M indicates media; A, adventitial material).
The slides were stained with Gill's I hematoxylin and eosin phloxine (Polyscientific Corporation) following standard histological procedures.
In coffee fields in Hawaii, ARS scientists compared spinosad to malathion and to phloxine B, a red dye widely used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and other products.
Schroder's group, thinks it has an Seven more tempting and environmentally friendly alternative--one whose merits may sway more farmers to try cucurbitacin baits for adult rootworms Their recipe starts with the beetle-pleasing juice of the mutant melons The poison additive they've picked is phloxine B, a photoactive chemical also known as red dye #28.
The concentration of sulfonic acid groups in sulfonated PS-PIB-PS was determined as follows: To a tared 250 ml Erlenmeyer flask equipped with a magnetic stir-bar were charged 2 g of sulfonated block copolymer in 100 ml THF and a few drops of phloxine B solution in ethanol.
Net contents were preserved in 10 percent formalin and stained with Phloxine B to facilitate identification (Mason and Yevich, 1967).
2: Histological slides (hematoxylin phloxine saffron stain) at (A) 20x and (B) 40x magnification from surgical pathology, demonstrating sarcomatoid differentiation in the setting of renal cell carcinoma.