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n.1.(Chem.) An artificial, yellow, crystalline dye, C6H5N2.C6H3(NH2)2. Also, one of a group of dyestuffs resembling chrysoïdine proper.
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Luo, Flow Injection Chemiluminescence Sensor Based on Core-Shell Magnetic Molecularly Imprinted Nanoparticles for Determination of Chrysoidine in Food Samples, Sens.
DESPITE strong links to bladder cancer, some maggot breeders, tackle shops and anglers are again using Chrysoidine Y.
THE National Federation of Anglers has issued another warning about the use of the dye Chrysoidine Y for colouring maggots.
We have received a number of letters from clubs asking if Chrysoidine Y is dangerous.
The use of Chrysoidine Y, a colouring agent once in widespread use to dye maggots bronze, was linked in the 1980s with bladder cancer scares.
TOP Midlands tackle dealer Mal Storey is calling on chrysoidine maggots to be banned.
AN investigation I undertook last month has revealed that chrysoidine, the bronze maggot dye linked to cancer, is still in common use.