phenol red


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phenol red

[′fē‚nȯl ′red]
(organic chemistry)
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The variations of transepithelial potentials and phenol red permeability were recorded at time intervals (30').
All animals including the Institute for Cancer Research (ICR) mice of either sex, body weight 20-25 g (for ammonia or capsaicin induced cough studies); ICR mice of either sex, body weight 20-25 g (for phenol red secretion study) and guinea pigs of either sex, body weight 200-300 g (for citric acid-induced guinea pigs cough experiment and bronchodilating tests) were purchased from Experimental Animal Center, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China.
The addition of phenol red to the agar medium indicates an alkaline shift in the presence of growth, turning the medium from yellow to pink.
New techniques were developed including a phenol red dextrose broth-metabolic inhibition test (PRDB/ MIT) that enable large-scale and rapid screening for transconjugants.
Phenol red-free media were used, given findings that phenol red has weak estrogenic activity X15]; charcoal-stripped fetal bovine serum is devoid of any steroid hormones.
The PET fibers were dissolved in benzyl alcohol, to which chloroform was added, the solution was neutralized by 1/10 N of a sodium hydrite benzyl alcohol solution using Phenol Red as an indicator, and then the amount of carboxyl end groups was determined.
Similar to other studies evaluating topical rocuronium in avian species, we used the Schirmer tear test rather than the phenol red thread test despite the smaller size of the phenol red thread.
For the determination of secretolytic activity tracheobronchial secretion of intraperitoneally injected phenol red was determined in mice, while antiinflammatory action was assessed in an acute bacterial bronchitis model in rats.
Acid production from ribose, L-arabinose, and galactose was also tested by using phenol red base medium (Difco Laboratories, Detroit, MI), supplemented with 1% (w/v) sugar, after 48 h of incubation at 37[degrees]C.
Tear production was measured by modified Schirmer tear test I (n = 9 birds) or phenol red thread test (n = 8 birds), and intraocular pressure was measured indirectly by applanation (Tonopen-XL) (n = 9 birds) or rebound (TonoVet) (n = 8 birds) tonometry.
9% Sodium Chloride Solution, Otsuka, Tokyo), pentobarbital sodium (Tokyo Chemical Industry, Tokyo), trichloroacetic acid (Nacalai Tesque, Kyoto, Japan), Arabic gum, carboxymethyl cellulose sodium salt, phenol red, sodium hydroxide, chlorogenic acid, caffeine, theobromine (Wako, Osaka, Japan).
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