Microscopical analysis of thionine
methylene blue-stained semithin tissue sections confirmed the aforementioned histological characterization of the 3D constructs, indicating the presence of differentially organized connective tissue in all of the samples (Figures 8(a), 8(b), 8(c), and 8(d)).
Tang, "A selective novel non-enzyme glucose amperometric biosensor based on lectin-sugar binding on thionine
modified electrode," Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol.
The paraplast sections mounted on glass slides were stained for Nissl substance with 1 % buffered thionine
.Slides were coverslipped with DPX mountant and dried.
Wang's team was surprised to find that the nanoparticles could also catalyse the electrochemical reduction of small dye molecules, such as thionine
, even in the absence of peroxide.
covalently tethered to multilayer horseradish peroxidase in a self-assembled monolayer as an electron-transfer mediator," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Four to six slides for every rat were deparaffinated with xylene and alcohol of different concentration, rinsed in tap water and then in distilled water, stained in 0.1% thionine
solution for 10 minutes, rinsed quickly in distilled water, differentiated in 95% HCl-alcohol for 2-10 minutes, dehydrated in alcohol of different concentration for 5 minutes every time, cleared in xylene for 5 minutes, and mounted with neutral balsam solution.
Bacterial colonies grew on Brucella agar supplemented with 5% horse serum in the presence of basic thionine
and safranine O; C[O.sub.2] was not required for growth, and [H.sub.2]S was not produced.
(17) They were identified to the species level via conventional methods (the requirement for C[O.sub.2] for growth, production of [H.sub.2]S, urease production, sensitivity to thionine
and basic fuchsin, and agglutination with specific antiserum).
Since most microbial cells are electrochemically inactive, electron transfer from microbial cells to the electrode is facilitated by the help of mediators such as thionine
, methyl viologen, humic acid, and so on .
Epstein, "Polymerization of dyestuffs in solution; thionine
and methylene blue," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Sections of fresh material were obtained freehand and subjected to reactive Steinmetez  to confirm the presence of suberin, lignin, cellulose, mucilage, starch, and phenolics; acidified phloroglucinol  to show lignin; thionine
 for mucilage; and hay and clove oil  to confirm the presence of silica.
Development of a biosensor for endocrine disrupting compounds based on tyrosinase entrapped within a poly(thionine