erythrosin


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erythrosin

[ə′rith·rə·sən]
(organic chemistry)
C13H18O6N2 A red compound obtained by reacting tyrosine with nitric acid.
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Erythrosin B (EB) is a dyestuff with photochemical properties.
Establishing an experimental rat model of photodynamically-induced retinal vein occlusion using erythrosin B.
Ludescher, Erythrosin B Phosphorescence Monitors Molecular Mobility and Dynamic Site Heterogeneity in Amorphous Sucrose, Biophysical Journal 88, 3551 (2005).
Telford, Characterization of a fluorescent sol-gel encapsulated erythrosin B dissolved oxygen sensor, Analytica Chimica Acta 487, 101 (2003).
Each LMA was immersed in a 1% erythrosin B solution (Plaque Disclosing Gel, Professional Dentist Supplies Pty Ltd, Victoria) for 30 minutes and then rinsed in cold water to remove excess dye.
The hypothesis that food additives erythrosin b (Eb; FD&C red 3) and tartrazine (Tz; FD&C yellow 5) are estrogenic was tested.