Cyanin


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Cy´a`nin


n.1.(Chem.) The blue coloring matter of flowers; - called also anthokyan and anthocyanin.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The antibodies used for activating fluorescence and cell sorting were CD138/SYNDECAN-1 (cat: 347216) allophycocyanin, CD38 (cat: 340909) fluorescein isothiocyanate, CD19 (cat: 345777) phycoerythrin, CD56 (cat: 557747), and phycoerythrin cyanin (Becton Dickinson).
In our former study, cyanin chloride (a type of anthocyanin) improved GLAST expression in rat retinal Muller cells cultured in high glucose [38].
A cocktail of Alexa Fluor 488-conjugated donkey anti-chicken and Cyanin 3-conjugated donkey antirabbit antibodies (1:500, Jackson Immuno Research) was applied to the sections for 2 h.
Mangmool, "Blockade of the renin-angiotensin system with delphinidin, cyanin, and quercetin," Planta Medica, vol.
Abbreviations: ECD, phycoerythrin Texas-Red; FITC, fluorescein isothiocyanate; PC7, phycoerythrin cyanin 7; PE, phycoerythrin.
The spinal sections were then stained for 15-25 min with gallocyanin (heating 10 g chrome alum dissolved into 100 mL ultrapure water, added 0.3 g cyanin) and mounted on coverslips and dried 24 h at room temperature.
Cyanin molecules take their name from their deep blue color ("cyan" is derived from the Greek word meaning "pure dark blue").
(Sander is the genus name for walleye and cyanin means blue in Greek.)
The flavonoids chrysanthemin and cyanin, (Gunasegaran, 1992) and isoquercitrin and rutin (Tiwari et al., 1979) were isolated from the flowers, and several terpenoids (sesquiterpenes, monoterpenes, and one triterpene lupeol) were isolated from fruit or carambola tree bark.
Probes specific for chromosomes X, Y, and 21 (DXZ1, mixture of PHY10, and a mixture of 19.2,19.2W4,19.2W5, 18.3W12, respectively; Genzyme Genetics) were directly labeled by nick translation with Cy3-APS (cyanin 3-5-amino-propargyl-2'-deoxyuridine triphosphate; red; Amersham) and fluorescein-12-deoxyuridine triphosphate (green; Boehringer Mannheim).
These sections were examined by means of histochemical staining with the acid solochrome cyanin method for the detection of proteins (Chapman, 1968), the periodic acid Shift" (PAS) method for carbohydrates, and the methyl green and pyronin methods for nucleic acids (Al-Hazzaa and Bowen, 1998).