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to·lu·i·dine

(tō-lū'i-dēn, -din),
Aminotoluene; one of three isomeric substances derived from toluene.
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toluidine

Toxicology An aniline analogue used today to dye, and to manufacture chemicals
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toluidine

(tŏ-loo′ĭ-dēn″) [ tolu(ene) + ²-id + -ine]
C7H9N; aminotoluene, a derivative of toluene. It has three isomers, ortho-, meta-, and para-, with different physicochemical characteristics.
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Hematoksilen--Eozin (H-E) boyama, immunohistokimyasal (IHK) ve toluidin mavisi ile boyama uygulandi.
Thick sections, about 0.5 [micro]m were cut on a Sorvall Porter Blum type MT-2B ultra microtome and stained in toluidin blue solution for histological observations.
The increase of the mesangial matrix as well as the thickening of the Bowman capsule was seen through the toluidin blue and PAS technique.
Thick sections were made and stained with toluidin blue solution for selection of interest area under light microscopy.