trypan blue


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trypan blue

[′tri‚pan ′blü]
(materials)
An acid diazo dye of the benzopurpurine series used as a vital stain.
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Internal limiting membrane peeling with indocyanine green or trypan blue in macular hole surgery: A randomized trial.
The viability of the cells was determined by adding trypan blue (0.
In order to compare the replicative potential of stressed and control cells, the living cells were counted on days 8 and 15 by Trypan blue exclusion test.
After 1, 2, 3 and 4 hours of heat exposure, the least loss of MDA-MB 231 viability was measured by trypan blue meanwhile the highest was determined by crystal violet assay (Fig.
Cell membrane integrity was evaluated using trypan blue dye exclusion.
At 9 hr of Cd treatment, cell viability (assayed by trypan blue exclusion) was unchanged at concentrations [less than or equal to] 10 [micro]M but decreased by 38% and 45% at 25 and 50 [micro]M [CdCl.
Cell viability was determined by Trypan blue exclusion test using a hemacytometer.
Viability of preantral follicles was assessed by trypan blue staining technique (Gupta et al.
The Cedex XS semi-automated, image-based cell analyzer delivers cell concentration using the Trypan blue exclusion method, cell morphology, cell aggregation and growth data from sample volumes as small as 10 [micro]L.
There are several techniques to determine the viability of tissues such as dye-exclusion test with trypan blue, DNA synthesis using H-thymidine, glucose and oxygen consumption assays, production of lactate, [sup.