pararosaniline


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pararosaniline

[¦par·ə·rō′san·ə·lən]
(organic chemistry)
HOC(C6H4NH2)3 Red to colorless crystals, melting at 205°C; soluble in ethanol, in the hydrochloride salt; used as a dye.
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Representative photographs showing colonies stained with pararosaniline (d) and quantitative data obtained by the application of a CFU-F algorithm (e).
After seven days of propagation, cells were washed with 4% ice-cold paraformaldehyde and stained with pararosaniline. Colonies of more than 50 cells were counted, and the efficiency of colony forming was calculated using the formula presented as follows [28]:
A smear of bone marrow cells from the above preparation was made on clean glass slides, stained with [alpha]-naphthyl acetate and pararosaniline hydrochloride and counter stained with haematoxylin.