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in·dole

 (ĭn′dōl′)
n.
1. A white crystalline compound, C8H7N, obtained from coal tar or various plants and produced by the bacterial decomposition of tryptophan in the intestine. It is used in perfumes and as a reagent.
2. Any of various derivatives of this compound.

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indole

(ˈɪndəʊl) or

indol

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white or yellowish crystalline heterocyclic compound extracted from coal tar and used in perfumery, medicine, and as a flavouring agent; 1-benzopyrrole. Formula: C8H7N
[C19: from ind(igo) + -ole1]
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in•dole

(ˈɪn doʊl)

n.
a colorless to yellowish solid, C8H7N, that has a low melting point and a fecal odor, is obtained from coal tar or from animal feces, and is used in perfumery and as a reagent.
[1865–70]
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The different biochemical tests performed for the characterisation of the isolated bacteria includes Indole test, Methyl-Red test, Citrate utilisation test, Catalase test.
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