acridine orange


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acridine orange

[′ak·rə‚dēn ′är·inj]
(organic chemistry)
A dye with an affinity for nucleic acids; the complexes of nucleic acid and dye fluoresce orange with RNA and green with DNA when observed in the fluorescence microscope.
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5) for 7 min and 4) staining with working solution of acridine orange and later visualization under fluorescent microscope with suitable filter.
We thank Christian Schmeer for his technical support concerning microscopy of the acridine orange slide and Clara Lettl and Cecilia Hizo-Teufel for excellent technical assistance.
Amac: Bu calismanin amact varikoseli olan hastalarda sperm deoksiribontikleik asit (DNA) fragmantasyonunun saptanmast icin rutin ofis prosedurlerine ilaveten Acridine Orange (AO) kullaniminin arastirilmasidtr.
degradation using acridine orange dyes have been tested and reported in this paper.
Hemacolor stain (Harleco, a division of EM Industries, Inc) is useful for permanently stained smears of corneal scrapings, and fluorescent stains such as calcofluor white and acridine orange can be used to stain cytological specimens.
Citrate phosphate buffer (CPB), Phosphate buffered saline (PBS), Glutarldehyde, Isopropanol, Malachite green stain, Acridine orange stain (Himedia), Peptone water, Nutrient broth (NB) (Himedia, India), Nutrient agar (NA) (Himedia), Tryptone soya broth (TSB) (Himedia), Mueller Hinton Agar (MHA) (Himedia).
High prevalence of Plasmodium malariae and Plasmodium ovale in malaria patients along the ThaiMyanmar border, as revealed by acridine orange staining and PCR-based diagnoses.
Acridine orange fluorescent staining can also be applied to micronucleus test with MN fluorescing bright green and are thus distinguished from MN-like inclusions or contaminants.
The interaction of polyphospates and cationic dyes such as toludine blue [5], 4,5,4',5'-dibenzo-3,3'-diethyl-9-methylthiocarbocyanine [6], acridine orange and proflavine [7-11] are reported.
An increase of acid vesicular organelles (AVOs) detected by acridine orange staining for lysosomes as well as conversion of LC3B-I into LC3B-II by immunoblotting and an increased punctuated pattern of cytoplasmic LC3B by fluorescent immunostaining all supported induction of enhanced autophagy in response to VK2 in HL-60bcl-2 cells.