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Alizarin

Alizarin

(Science: chemistry) a colouring principle, C14H6O2(OH)2, found in madder, and now produced artificially from anthracene. It produces the Turkish reds.

Origin: f. Alizarine, fr. Alizari.


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Alizarin Red Staining on scaffolds...

Hi all, I'm planning to use alizarin red staining assay to observe and quantify bone formation on my scaffolds.. Will it be the same procedure as being done on a plate/well. For quantification purpose, we use the de-staining solution and ...

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Re: Who named Mitochondria?

... of the organelle, was introduced in :D 1898 by Benda , who made valuable observations on their form and distribution in preparations stained with alizarin and crystal violet.

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