phenol red


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phenol red

n.
A red, water-soluble dye, C19H14O5S, used as an acid-base indicator and in medicine to test kidney function.
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The secretolytic activity was assessed in 55 mice by the secretion of intraperitoneally injected phenol red into the tracheobronchial tract over a period of 30 minutes, after three days consecutive treatment.
Tear production was measured by modified Schirmer tear test I (n = 9 birds) or phenol red thread test (n = 8 birds), and intraocular pressure was measured indirectly by applanation (Tonopen-XL) (n = 9 birds) or rebound (TonoVet) (n = 8 birds) tonometry.
For the determination of secretolytic activity tracheobronchial secretion of intraperitoneally injected phenol red was determined in mice, while antiinflammatory action was assessed in an acute bacterial bronchitis model in rats.
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The scientists determined the inhibitory effects against urease by measuring the reduction of phenol red absorbance at 560 nm.
Some were exposed to phenol red, a chemical containing growth-stimulating oestrogen.
They were used in experiments where cells were grown in the lab for five to six days, with or without exposure to a growth-stimulating oestrogen medium called phenol red.
The addition of phenol red to the agar medium indicates an alkaline shift in the presence of growth, turning the medium from yellow to pink.
New techniques were developed including a phenol red dextrose broth-metabolic inhibition test (PRDB/ MIT) that enable large-scale and rapid screening for transconjugants.
Phenol red-free media were used, given findings that phenol red has weak estrogenic activity X15]; charcoal-stripped fetal bovine serum is devoid of any steroid hormones.
The PET fibers were dissolved in benzyl alcohol, to which chloroform was added, the solution was neutralized by 1/10 N of a sodium hydrite benzyl alcohol solution using Phenol Red as an indicator, and then the amount of carboxyl end groups was determined.