fluorescent dye


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fluorescent dye

[flu̇¦res·ənt ′dī]
(chemistry)
A highly reflective dye that serves to intensify color and add to the brilliance of a fabric.
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Three fluorescent dyes (rhodamine 6G, rhodamine B and fluorescein) were chosen for BH detection, where it has been found that the fluorescence recovery ratio of R6G was higher than the fluorescence recovery ratio of rhodamine B and fluorescein.
The investigators next performed a similar analysis using a different type of fluorescent dye that consists of two parts: one part that attaches to the side of the DNA and a fluorescent part that is connected via a floppy tether.
A further PS634,000 will fund University of Oxford research into a fluorescent dye which it is hoped will help spot cancers earlier.
In the previous study, the method of cell staining by the most promising precursor PFD of fluorescent dye Rho813 was developed and described in detail [19, 23].
Quartz Dot consists of fluorescent dye stably fixed inside a nano-sized silica particle, which was developed by combining Furukawa Electric's unique particle synthesis technology and optical technology, and functional groups with connectivity with protein, etc.
Meyers used lipophilic fluorescent dye, merocyanine 540, to stain the sperm cell membrane, and found out that the lipid order in membrane decreased during the process of sperm capacitation (12).
Ideally they could use a separate hosereel fed from a tank containing a harmless fluorescent dye that would take weeks to wash off.
We have already mentioned the dangers of overexposure to light: phototoxicity of the specimen, and photobleaching of the fluorescent dye or protein.
These lasers provide for increased experimental flexibility and sophistication by greatly expanding the fluorescent dye selection available to the customer.
The instrument reads fluorescence from an added fluorescent dye or tag and, because of its high sensitivity, minute amounts of fluorescence can be quantitatively measured indicating the amount and distribution of the sprayed material.
Fluorescent dye injections and single-anchor long T-bar tags were the most successful means identified in tagging sea cucumber in the waters off Maine.

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