merbromin

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merbromin

[mər′brō·mən]
(organic chemistry)
C20H8O6Na2Br2Hg A green crystalline powder that gives a deep-red solution in water; used as an antiseptic.
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Several substances, such as fluorescein and mercurochrome, are known to cause high fluorescence signals and have been shown to interfere with TDx assays (19, 20).
From cortisone cream and mercurochrome to antihistamines and acetaminophen, many medicine cabinets resemble war arsenals To treat sprains, burns, cuts, bites and upset stomach, what other options do you have?
Tattoos, a rubber skirt, a dress that's longer in the front than the back, a bra in place of a blouse, op-art prints, Mercurochrome red hair, black fingernails - someone somewhere considers them ugly.
Thrifty provided him belatedly with bandaids and mercurochrome.
Do not use paints, inks, nail polishes, dyes or mercurochrome around your furniture since they are designed to alter color.
Otomycosis--a clinicomycological study and efficacy of mercurochrome in its treatment.
Starting at 5 days after mosquitoes were exposed to different house environments, 30 mosquitoes from each cage at each site were dissected daily in 2% mercurochrome and examined for oocysts.