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try·pan blue

(trī'pan blū), [C.I. 23850]
An acid azo dye; used for vital staining of the reticuloendothelial system, uriniferous tubules, cells in tissue culture, and as an experimental teratogen; formerly used as a trypanocide.

Con·go blue

(kong'gō blū)
Sodium salt used to stain and identify protozoa.
Synonym(s): Niagara blue, trypan blue.
Sodium salt used to stain and identify protozoa.
Synonym(s): Niagara blue, trypan blue.
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After sh-HULC and/or miR-130b mimic (inhibitor) transfection, B-E, the viability, migration, invasion, and apoptosis of GH3 cells, and F, the expression levels of PARP, cleaved-PARP, pro-caspase 3, cleaved-caspase 3, pro-caspase 9, and cleaved-caspase 9 in GH3 cells were assessed using trypan blue staining assay, two-chamber transwell assay, Guava Nexin assay, and western blotting.
The trypan blue and aceto-orcein staining revealed that the breakdown of nuclear membrane and starting of meiosis II reduced or stopped in a higher dose of DSAE-treated culture (Figure 4).
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The cells viability was evaluated by means of dye exclusion test (0.04% trypan blue solution).
Determination of cell growth: Cell density of hybridoma cells suspension was determined by trypan blue exclusion method using a hemacytometer.