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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Porcine insulin, EDTA, charcoal-dextran, E2 (E8875-IG), tamoxifen (T5648-1G), tartrazine (T0388-100G), erythrosin B (E9259-5G) and sudan I (103624-25G) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich, St.
After 24 h, the medium was changed to phenol red-free RPMI 1640 supplemented with 5% CS-FBS and 2% AbAm and either control (vehicle only), E2, tartrazine, erythrosin B, or sudan I (0.
Proliferative Effect of Tartrazine, Erythrosin B, and Sudan I in T47D Cells--Cell proliferation assays measure the proliferative effect of estrogen or xenoestrogens on estrogen-responsive cells in a hormone-stripped medium (Soto et al.
Difference in Proliferative Effect of Tartrazine, Erythrosin B, and Sudan I in Presence of Antagonist Tamoxifen (1 [micro]M) in T47D Cells--Tamoxifen competitively binds to ER in the presence of E2 or its analogues and inhibits cell proliferation in breast cancer cells (Jordan et al.
We evaluated tartrazine, erythrosin B, and sudan I with cell proliferation and reporter gene assays.
001 nM-10 nM, similar to the physiological concentration range of E2 and within estimated human exposure following consumption of the ADI of tartrazine and erythrosin B or wildlife exposure following drinking of tartrazine containing water.