ruthenium red


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ruthenium red

[rü′thē·nē·əm ′red]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ru2(OH)2Cl4·7NH3·3H2O A water-soluble, brownish-red powder; used as an analytical reagent and stain.
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3+]) and ruthenium red, frequently used as TRP channel inhibitors (Vriens et al.
These results are consistent with previous results showing that ruthenium red and [Gd.
The strong trendy colours include black and red, violet and white, cyclamen and pink, black and light blue plus dark ruthenium red and black.
Histochemical tests with Ruthenium red showed pectic compounds in the cytosol.
Most biofilm volume is actually composed of this extracellular polymeric substance rather than cells, a fact that has been confirmed by ruthenium red staining and transmission electron microscopy (2).
1996); ruthenium red inhibits mitochondrial calcium uptake (Klein and Ahearn, 1999).
We found that 1 [micro]M ruthenium red would inhibit the calcium mobilization and sperm motility initiated by egg water, or by ryanodine and caffeine (Fig.
The presence of these oscillations, and the fact that they could be ended by injection of ruthenium red ([ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1C OMITTED] and inset), are suggestive of calcium-induced-calcium-release.
05% ruthenium red to both the primary fixative and the postfixative (Luft, 1971).