alizarin red


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.
Related to alizarin red: Alcian blue

alizarin red

[ə′liz·ə·rən ′red]
(organic chemistry)
Any of several red dyes derived from anthraquinone.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Mineralization in the induced osteoblasts was determined by Alizarin Red S staining as previously described (Li et al.
5% Oil Red O (adipogenic differentiation) or 40 mM Alizarin Red S (osteogenic differentiation).
Histological staining attested to the functional competency of the differentiated cells, Oil Red-O showing multiple small lipid droplets in most cells, while low alizarin red staining indicating insignificant osteogenesis.
Following alizarin red staining, the stain for bone nodule formation was positive, as indicated by the red mineralized areas of the culture (Fig.
Identification of calcium oxalate crystals using alizarin red S stain.
Fortunately, a number of fluorochromes are available to researchers, of which alizarin red S (ARS), calcein, and oxytetracycline (OTC) are often used in experimental studies (Thorrold et al, 2002).
Calcium oxalate will stain with Von Kossa, but not with Alizarin red (pH 4.
In the first procedure, sections were immersed overnight in an aqueous solution of alizarin red s and 0.
After fixation, the specimens were processed for staining with 40 mM alizarin red S, which stains areas rich in nascent calcium.
Alizarin Red staining revealed that primary cultures treated with Pb (0.
Three chemicals, alizarin red S (ARS), calcein, and oxytetracycline hydrochloride (OTC) were tested in this study for mark quality, mark retention, and toxicity to scallops.