bromocresol green


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bromocresol green

[¦brō·mō′krē‚sȯl ′grēn]
(organic chemistry)
Tetrabromo-m-cresol sulfonphthalein, a gray powder soluble in water or alcohol; used as an indicator between pH 4.5 (yellow) and 5.5 (blue). Also known as bromcresol green.
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Difference between instrument-group mean and that of the designated comparison method for albumin measured by bromocresol green methods for College of American Pathologists survey specimens.
An assessment of suitability of bromocresol green for the determination of serum albumin.
The immediate reaction between bromocresol green and serum as a measure of albumin content.
Serum albumin values from healthy cattle, sheep and horses determined by the immediate bromocresol green reaction and by agarose gel electrophoresis.
An assessment of the suitability of bromocresol green for the determination of serum albumin.
Albumin standards and the measurement of serum albumin with bromocresol green.
The compound gives a yellow colouration with diazotised p-nitroaniline and bromocresol green spray reagents (TLC).
In this series, there is a negative deviation of albumin concentration obtained by densitometric scanning from that measured by bromocresol green method (Trace [R] Scientific) of up to 56%.
Multilayer-film bromocresol green method for albumin measurement significantly inaccurate when albumin/globulin ratio is <0.
An evaluation of the overestimation of serum albumin by bromocresol green.