ruthenium red


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ru·the·ni·um red

(rū-thē'nē-ŭm red),
Ammoniated ruthenium red oxychloride, used in histology and electron microscopy as a stain for certain complex polysaccharides.
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The hot plate test results for NSAIDs in the presence of ruthenium red (3 mg/kg) and XE 991 (1 mg/kg) are presented as MPE% in Figures 1 and 2.
CTRL: Control; RR + CTRL: Ruthenium red + control; DIP: Dipyrone; RR + DIP: Ruthenium red + D ipyrone; ETO: Etodolac; RR + ETO : Ruthenium red + Etodolac; DIC: Diclofenac; RR + DIC: Ruthenium red + Diclofenac; KET Ke-toprofen; RR + KET: Ruthenium red + Ketoprofen of NSAID with XE 991 + NSAID: #p<0.05.
When the effects of NSAIDs in the presence of ruthenium red were examined, a significant reversal in the analgesic effects of dipyrone, etodolac, and ketoprofen was observed (p<0.01, p<0.001, and p<0.05, respectively; Fig.
No reversal was found in their analgesic effects in the presence of either ruthenium red or XE 991 (Fig.
Treatment with ruthenium red had no impact on spawning, and fragments of each coral that spawned under control conditions also spawned in ruthenium red at around the same time (Table 1).
One tested compound, ruthenium red, had no effect on the time of spawn.
Ruthenium red as a tool to study calcium channels, neuronal death and the function of neural pathways.
All cells of the colleter body reacted positively to Ruthenium red indicating the presence of pectic compounds in the cytosol and intercellular spaces.
The external layer is strongly labeled with ruthenium red, showing that it bears many negatively charged sites (Luft, 1971).
(The film stains heavily with ruthenium red, demonstrating that it bears many negatively charged sites; Luft, 1971).
glacialis, the adhesive secretion is probably a polysaccharide-protein complex, with the main component being an acid mucopolysaccharide positive reaction of NCS cells with alcian blue pH 2.6, ruthenium red labeling of the adhesive layer between podia and substratum).