Monastral

Monastral

(məˈnæstrəl)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) trademark denoting certain fast pigments used in paints and inks, derived from phthalocyanine
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At the end of the experiment, monastral blue dye (2% Chicago blue, 30 nL) was injected into the brain for histological verification.
(9) This author found that Monastral Blue was one of the few blue pigments that were completely resistant.
It was detected in the pancreatic islets of mice and rats that dye leakage related to increased vascular permeability reached a peak 4-8 h after Sz injection, when Monastral blue B or Evans blue was serially and intravenously injected (Sandler and Jansson, 1985; Beppu et al., 1987).
(1987) confirmed, using BB rats in Worcester colony (hereinafter referred to as "BB/Wor") of human insulin-dependent diabetes rat model, that the development of pancreatic vascular leakage (PVL) was intensified by the injection of Monastral blue B of a colloidal pigment into the tail vein of 20-200 days old BB/Wor rats.
under the Monastral trade name, will now be marketed in the U.S.
One such product is Monastral Violet RT-865-D, which is considerably bluer than magenta.
Monastral quinacridone pigments include violet, magenta, maroon, red, scarlet, and gold.
* Organic powder pigments (MONASTRAL, CROMOPHTAL; IRGAZIN; IRGALITE)
In April, the firm announced its release of Monastral Red RT 390 D and Monastral Rubine TR.
Monastral quinacridone pigments in a wide hue range include violet, magenta, maroon, red, scarlet, and gold.
Comments: Cromophtal Red 2020 is a low cost Pigment Violet 19 similar in shade and performance to Monastral Red Y RT-759-D.
The Pigments Division has released Cabernet, a wine-colored pigment in its Monastral line of quinacridone pigments for automotive and industrial paints and plastics.