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methyl blue[′meth·əl ′blü]
Dark-blue powder or dye; sodium triphenyl para-rosaniline sulfonate; used as a biological and bacteriological stain and as an antiseptic.
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A calibration curve of methyl blue
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- a chemical often used to stain biological samples - is used as the electron mediator.
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