bromocresol purple


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bromocresol purple

[¦brō·mō′krē‚sȯl ‚pər·pəl]
(organic chemistry)
Dibromo-o-cresol sulfonphthalein, a yellow powder soluble in water; used as an indicator between pH 5.2 (yellow) and 6.8 (purple). Also known as bromcresol purple.
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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.
Difference between instrument-group mean and the designated comparison method for albumin measured by bromocresol purple methods for College of American Pathologists survey specimens.
Serum globulins contribute to the discrepancies observed between the bromocresol green and bromocresol purple assays of serum albumin concentration.
Yellow-pigmented colonies grew on bromocresol purple lactose agar plate after 48 hours of incubation at 37[degrees]C and appeared as thin gram-negative bacilli after gram-staining was performed.
Quantitative culture of the bronchial aspirate on bromocresol purple agar, blood agar (grown in an atmosphere of 5% C[O.
Bromocresol purple method for serum albumin gives falsely low values in patients with renal insufficiency.
All of the enteric bacteria isolated from the patients and grown on nonselective bromocresol purple medium were K.