tetrabromophenol blue

tetrabromophenol blue

(te″tră-brō″mō-fē′nōl″) [ tetra- + bromo- + phenol]
An indicator dye used in urine dipsticks to detect the presence of abnormal concentrations of protein.
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Summary: The polymer films under investigation include poly (vinyl alcohol) in a combination with mixture of two dyes, namely, 2,6-dichlorophenol indophenol sodium salt (DCP), and tetrabromophenol blue (TBPB) as pH indicator in presence of various chloral hydrate concentrations.
Recently, investigators have examined the influence of gamma irradiation on the color change of tetrabromophenol blue, the color change is influenced by the addition of chloral hydrate.
Multistix contains tetrabromophenol blue indicator for protein detection with a buffer to maintain the pH at a constant level.