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phenazine

[′fen·ə‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H4N2C6H4 Yellow crystals, melting at 170°C; slightly soluble in water, soluble in alcohol and ether; used as chemical intermediate and to make dyes.
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De Andrade-Neto VF, Goulart MO, da Silva Filho JF, da Silva MJ, Pinto Mdo C, Pinto AV, Zalis MG, Carvalho LH, Krettli AU (2004) Antimalarial activity of phenazines from lapachol, beta-lapachone and its derivatives against Plasmodium falciparum in vitro and Plasmodium berghei in vivo.
Effects of phenazine ethosulfate during cul ture of bovine embryos on pregnancy rate, prenatal and postnatal development.
The tetramethylammonium anilide was formed in-situ and almost instantaneously reacts with nitrobenzene to give p-nitroso & p-nitro diphenylamine as major products along with some Azobenzene, Phenazine and phenylazodiphenylamine as by-products.
The reaction mixture consisted of (10 - 1000[micro]g) dilutions of plant extract made to lml with distilled water, lml, 60[micro]M phenazine methosulphate (PMS), in phosphate buffer (O.
G1111, Madison, WI, USA) and phenazine methosulfate (PMS) was obtained from Sigma (P9625, St.
fluorescens of antibiotics, phenazine, pyrrolnitrin and phloroglucinol as well as siderophore pigment production against some tomato damping-off pathogens (Fusarium solani, Fusarium oxysporum f.
Induction of Phenazine Biosynthesis in Cultures of Pseu-domonas aeruginosa by L-/V-(3-oxohexanoyl) homoserine lactone.
The cathode is a viologen, while the anode is a ferrocene, phenazine, or thianthren.