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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Eight hundred consecutive serum specimens received in the laboratory with a request for calcium estimation were analyzed for calcium and albumin in Erba XL 640 AutoAnalyzer by Arsenazo III method for calcium and bromocresol green in succinic acid buffer at pH 4.
Albumin standards and the measurement of serum albumin with Bromocresol green.
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Albumin standards and management of serum albumin with bromocresol green.
Human serum albumin, Cohn fraction V, solution, 10 g/dL, was purchased from MP Biomedicals (Irvine, California); bromocresol green (BCG) sodium salt and bromocresol purple (BCP) free acid were obtained from JT Baker Company (Phillipsburg, New Jersey) and Fluka Company (St.
Serum albumin was done by colorimetric method using Bromocresol Green (Diamate biotechnologies).
Relative dye-binding capacity of albumin from several species with HABA, bromocresol green and Spectru AB-2.
Blood urea nitrogen, glucose, albumin, creatinine and total protein concentrations were analyzed using an automatic blood analyzer (Express Plus, Ciba-Corning, CA, USA) according to the urease method of Rocch-Ramel (1967), the hexokinase method of Farrance (1987), the bromocresol green method of Doumas et al.
Chromatography solution is comprised of three ingredients: bromocresol green, formic acid and butanol.