gallocyanine

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gallocyanine

[‚ga·lō′sī·ə‚nēn]
(organic chemistry)
C15H13ClN2O5 Green crystals soluble in alcohol, glacial acetic acid, alkali carbonates, and concentrated hydrochloric acid; used as a dye and as a reagent for the determination of lead.
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The spinal sections were then stained for 15-25 min with gallocyanin (heating 10 g chrome alum dissolved into 100 mL ultrapure water, added 0.3 g cyanin) and mounted on coverslips and dried 24 h at room temperature.
Staining with gallocyanin demanded that the embryos be decapsulated soon after fixation.