[ UK /flˈɔːɹɪsˌiːn/ ]
  1. a yellow dye that is visible even when highly diluted; used as an absorption indicator when silver nitrate solution is added to sodium chloride in order to precipitate silver chloride (turns pink when no chloride ions are left in solution and negative fluorescein ions are then absorbed)
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How To Use fluorescein In A Sentence

  • In addition, vascular sclerenchyma associated with leaf traces retained fluorescein even after prolonged rinsing.
  • Anole splenocytes were phagocytically active and produced copious amounts of nitric oxide following exposure to fluorescein labeled E. coli bioparticles.
  • Quinine bisulfate was used as the standard for the bisbenzimide dyes, for PIH and ethidium bromide the standard used was rhodamine 101 and fluorescein was used for the cyanine dyes.
  • Strasbourg with a thesis on fluoresceine and orcin-phthalein. Emil Fischer - Biography
  • A generation - 5 dendrimer platform with fluorescein, folic acid, and methotrexate on its surface may be better at killing tumor cells in vitro than a free drug.
  • Fluorescein is injected intravenously, and serial retinal photographs using a special camera equipped with an exciter / barrier filter set are taken through the pupil.
  • Even with limited equipment - an interesting toy for fixation, an eye chart, a penlight, a Wood's lamp, fluorescein strips and an ophthalmoscope - family physicians can identify most important causes of vision loss.
  • The traditional means of visualizing the retina is known as fluorescein angiography. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • Result Ethylparaben is a good antiseptic in fluorescein sodium eyedrop.
  • To this purpose we have considered four dyes, namely: indo - 1, rhodamine 6G, fluorescein, and pyrene.
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